You are correct with the version number, my mistake, it's just the lt_wrapper version. At this point in time I cannot understand why this is not working. Make sure you "check" the appropriate box in the wrapper box. I assume you highlight all of the dat files in your ObjData folder, then mouse over any file in that folder, hold down left mouse button, then drag all files into the frame at the top of lt_wrapper. You know the rest.
I never had Vista, considering the negative reports that were around not long after release, so I don't know a lot about it. At this point in time I am unable to offer any more help, unless I think of something else. Maybe other members on the forum who use Vista can offer further assistance.
Greetz from Australia.
Edit: There area couple of other things you might wish to try. Compatibility Mode, and/or "Run as administrator". If you don't know how to do that, right click the lt_wrapper. exe, left click properties. Here you can "Run as Administrator" and/or change compatibility.
Thanks for another reply.
The top tickbox in the wrapper tool (Generate Normal DAT file) is preselected, and then I tick the option I want (Generate No Breakdowns DAT file) and then in the ObjData folder I Ctrl+A to select all the files and drag'n'drop them into the rectangle at the top of the wrapper tool.
I checked I was running as administrator and changed compatibility but no success.
Thinking that it could be a Vista anomaly like the UAC setting, I installed Locomotion from the original disc onto a netbook that I have that runs on XP, downloaded the wrapper tool from the amitrains site and followed the same procedure with the ObjData folder and still get the same result - files are copied to the new 'normal' folder, but the new 'no_breakdown' one is empty.
Doing another search for previous issues with Vista I came across this thread http://www.tt-forums.net/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=43880
- is the final reply correct in that I have to download locotool in addition to the wrapper, and this is why it doesn't work? I thought they were two separate things.