Sometimes a mod is meant only for Windows systems, perhaps due to the slightly different scripting abilities and engine limits in Oni for Windows. Even if a mod can work on the Mac too, if there's a separate version of the mod produced for Windows, you can upload it under this Platform. You may assume for any Windows-only mod that the user has installed the Daodan DLL and thus has the extensions to Oni which are documented on the wiki.
Windows-only GUI for OniSplit.
Drag and Drop workflow to convert oni to xml and back to oni. Supports also various other file formats.
Level construction helper is still in the making.
At the moment it can set up a new level and quick-test it.
That includes consoles and turrets. Use right-click to select all parts. Then you can safely move and rotate them in XSI.
Konoko Payne is a demo of a pseudo-sequel to Oni by Pierre Terdiman, used as a demonstration of his Flexine gaming engine. Begun around 2002, it was a long-term project, with its last update in 2010. Konoko Payne went a long way in recreating the look and feel of Oni, with some design tweaks of Pierre's.
OniBrowser allows you to view Oni data files.
Some keyboard shortcuts:
B - show grids
D - show doors - broken
T - show textures
O - show octtree
F - show furniture
P - show ghosts
N - show collision
I - show invisible
L - show vertex colors
F5 - show flags
F6 - show sounds
F7 - show trigger volumes
F8 - show current BNV
In the Tools\Options set the path to GameDataFolder
This package is meant to be installed automatically by the Anniversary Edition: http://mods.oni2.net/node/276. If you are reading this description directly while browsing the Depot and want to install the Daodan DLL without installing the AE, place the files from the ZIP's win_only\ directory into your Oni\ game directory alongside Oni.exe. Then, replace your Oni.exe with the one found here: http://mods.oni2.net/node/231.
The Oni game application for Windows; note that this will not run on modern Windows machines without the Daodan DLL (http://mods.oni2.net/node/233). This version of the app does not require the Oni CD-ROM in the drive in order to run.
- Kojiro Editor 1.0 -
The aim of Kojiro (Editor) is to make the XML editing process easier, faster and more efficient. Kojiro's workflow is simple: load a XML or ONI file (wich is converted automatically to XML), travel through the nodes using the list on the left and the right-click menu (or buttons at the top), edit the desired nodes' names, values and attributes, optionally add and remove nodes, and save the file as a XML or ONI. When editing large files or comparing some files' nodes, it is also very useful.
Known Bugs and Issues