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Thread: Download for hero minimap icons and role icons courtesy of Cyborgmatt

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    Download for hero minimap icons and role icons courtesy of Cyborgmatt

    I messaged him a while back and he lovingly provided the following link:

    http://dota2.cyborgmatt.com/minimap_icons/

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    will this be updated with the new heroes? or is there a way to extract these from the game as they are released?

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    Open pak01_dir.vpk in the steamapps\common\dota 2 beta\dota\ folder.
    Navigate to: root\resource\flash3\images\miniheroes

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    awesome. thank you

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    https://github.com/clentfort/dotaJS/...ter/bin/images I will keep updating.

    In that context http://dev.dota2.com/showthread.php?t=57375 might be interesting to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unkie View Post
    https://github.com/clentfort/dotaJS/...ter/bin/images I will keep updating.

    In that context http://dev.dota2.com/showthread.php?t=57375 might be interesting to read.
    I appreciate the effort, but it is much simpler just to retrieve them locally, seeing as anyone can download the DotA 2 client now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unkie View Post
    https://github.com/clentfort/dotaJS/...ter/bin/images I will keep updating.

    In that context http://dev.dota2.com/showthread.php?t=57375 might be interesting to read.
    I would suggest adding information somewhere really obvious (ie a readme) which details when it was last updated and then changing that every week when a new patch comes out, so even if the patch doesn't add anything people know it's still up to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruirize View Post
    I appreciate the effort, but it is much simpler just to retrieve them locally, seeing as anyone can download the DotA 2 client now.
    Well, I appreciate your effort to not read what all that is about.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wyrm View Post
    I would suggest adding information somewhere really obvious (ie a readme) which details when it was last updated and then changing that every week when a new patch comes out, so even if the patch doesn't add anything people know it's still up to date.
    Once I am done with the entire project there will be a README, but I am not done yet and therefore have not written a README.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unkie View Post
    Once I am done with the entire project there will be a README, but I am not done yet and therefore have not written a README.
    The only reason I used the word readme is because github will put the text of your readme on the front page of the repo, which makes it obvious for people viewing said repo how up to date the data inside is.

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    Using a readme.md (Markdown) file is even better

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