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Sapien is a visual scenario editor used to place objects, configure cluster data, compile scripts, and more.
As an older 32-bit Windows application, Sapien is limited to 2 GB of virtual memory even on modern 64-bit Windows systems for compatibility. While this memory limit is usually not an issue, an abundance of large textures and other large assets in a map may cause Sapien to crash. To work around this,
sapien.exe can be patched to tell the OS it supports 4 GB of virtual memory using a utility like NTCore.
Thanks to the following individuals for their research or contributions to this topic:
- Real Fake Doors (Sharing NT Core knowledge)