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We got new version of installer for " Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator "
The problem with skipping dialogues should be fixed now.
Please just re download and install the game .
Enjoy this great rpg ! :)
I was just wondering if this problem was solved, so I came here on GOG forums and found this thread! The dialogues skip no more! Thanks GOG.
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Resil: We got new version of installer for " Septerra Core: Legacy of the Creator "
The problem with skipping dialogues should be fixed now.
Please just re download and install the game .
Enjoy this great rpg ! :)

Woo-hoo! Good job, guys! I know we bitch rather intensely sometimes, but we do truly appreciate your efforts! Thank you again for your amazing work. :) Here's to hoping for more Good Old Games! You guys are outstanding!
Awesome!! Thanks for keeping at it.
Does this apply to Windows 7, can anyone verify? I'll be switching soon.
Post edited September 13, 2009 by chautemoc
YESSS!!! Thank you guys!!
Thanks!
Seems to work fine in Win7. :)
nvm found a solution
Post edited June 27, 2010 by szenhidrat
How about those of us with the original game? Anyone have any tips for fixing the skipping?
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LemmingJesus: How about those of us with the original game? Anyone have any tips for fixing the skipping?

Re-Download the New Game/Installer from your account page.
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LemmingJesus: How about those of us with the original game? Anyone have any tips for fixing the skipping?
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Lou: Re-Download the New Game/Installer from your account page.

Original game. As in the original version. Why buy the same game twice?
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LemmingJesus: Original game. As in the original version. Why buy the same game twice?

To get the compatibility (and other) fixes provided by GOG team? To get DRM free version of the game? Extras? No need for disks? I'm sure there are other reasons but wether or not they are worth the money to you is up to you.
Personally I've bought over dozen games from GOG that I have retail version of, mostly from sales obviously but some at full price.
Post edited July 06, 2010 by Petrell
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LemmingJesus: Re-Download the New Game/Installer from your account page.
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LemmingJesus: Original game. As in the original version. Why buy the same game twice?

As stated by Petrell - I have replaced many full boxed disk based games for those reasons. You have to decide if you want to spend the money. GOG is not providing the service for free.
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LemmingJesus: Original game. As in the original version. Why buy the same game twice?
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Petrell: To get the compatibility (and other) fixes provided by GOG team? To get DRM free version of the game? Extras? No need for disks? I'm sure there are other reasons but wether or not they are worth the money to you is up to you.
Personally I've bought over dozen games from GOG that I have retail version of, mostly from sales obviously but some at full price.

GOG doesn't seem to do much other than configure Dosbox and package the game up. Septerra is already DRM free and doesn't need the disk with a full install. If they actually went through and recoded parts of the game I'd rebuy old games, like Dungeon Keeper 2 which doesn't have an kind of fix right now. I wanted to buy their Heroes 2 because it doesn't work properly in Vista, but they are just using the DOSbox version which means no netplay.
I had some concerns myself as to the value of repurchasing the game from GOG since I already own the CD version, however, I figured 5.99$ isn't too much to "waste" and the payoff is potentially great:
1. No DOSBox is involved, this is a windows game
2. the GOG version (1.04) does indeed solve the audio skipping problem... installing the original CD version, applying the registry patch, and the 1.04 patch from valkery studios did not solve it, so the GOG version does provide added value.
3. Neither version will play the cinematics as is on windows 7 64bit. After installing a bunch of codecs (not mentioned anywhere). including FFDShow and quicktime alternative, I had to set the septerra EXE program to run in windows XP SP3 compatibility mode for the FMV to show up.
bottom line, the GOG version of septerra core includes extra fixes that don't exist elsewhere and is worth the money, even if you already own the CD version.