The Lost Temple map for me is on:
C:\Documents and Settings\Vjeux\Local Settings\Application Data\Blizzard Entertainment\Battle.net\Cache\44\75\4475ddf83ebd5a0072d29a4009374cf2187f963acede493edfa5f6a5b07c4f49.s2ma
It does not look like to be the same hash as you guys. Anything I missed?
So the tool didn't work for you? The hash you posted IS correct for Lost Temple.
I assume you're on Windows XP since I didn't get a chance to do testing with that OS. (Also it apparently has a different AppData dir, though I did attempt to workaround for that)
Can you open a command prompt and type "echo %USERPROFILE%" and tell me what that says?
The exact code used to detect the map folder for Windows XP is:
I've run in to a bit of a snag here and I could use some help. For starters most of the friends that I have have Windows XP and I have Vista. The Mapcraft launcher works fine for me but not for them because they keep getting the message "Unable to create application directory". They have installed the latest version of Java and it still doesnt work, dont ask me why. And when I try do the other trick with deleting the files and all that it doesnt seem to work at all. Dont even know if I am doing it right.
My folder and the folders of my friends looks like this: Cache/2e0bea8af7278e98da4a3e416d208cd17956bc36e1b53e37287a468ed1468daa.s2ma/00000000/hardTile.bin
And that is all there is to it, no map to delete or anything. Just that hardtile.bin that is 1b. I did all the steps correctly and so did my friends, still it didnt work.
The folder with hardTile.bin is simply the wrong directory (on both your parts). If you could post the information I asked vjeux to in the above post (have one of your Windows XP buddies do it), I could try debugging it for Windows XP and re-release it shortly.
Can one of your Windows XP friends run this jar file? Let me know if it changes anything. If so, I'll re-release the Windows version as 1.2.
You can run it with the command line: "java -jar MapCraft.jar"
It has always said that it was unable to create application directory, something to do with the Java application me thinks, and if you look at the first post I made I did say that first hand. It keeps telling them that everytime they try to run the file on XP. Doesnt happen to me on Vista though.