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About commode7x

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  1. I downloaded it, but it refuses to cooperate when I make it play the demo .lmp. All I want to do is sit down with a nice, relaxing game of Doom, and I end up with having to spend hours upon hours beating my head against my keyboard and taking a computer course in DOS and command line arguments just to get the damn thing to play right. You know what? I'm not even going to bother. The level is unplayable. I'll just skip to the next one. Thanks for all your help!
  2. I don't suppose there's another way to find out how to play the level, is there? Or maybe a way to make the demo work? I'd hate to think that the level is unbeatable, and the original designer simply didn't make it right.
  3. Zdoom doesn't support the demos, and trying it with Doom95, it keeps telling me "Bad music number 143" I have no idea how to use demos, but I'm thinking that they don't work on Windows 7
  4. I've tried everywhere for a walkthrough for this level, and I've found nothing usable. I've been running laps around the level, looking for anything that may resemble a switch or lever or a secret room with a key in it, and I've found nothing. The only thing I found was a forum thread on gamesforum.ca http://www.gamesforum.ca/showthread.php?t=390748 The beginning said something about "half steps nearest the door", "chairs", and "interconnecting doors" before a "shootable skull switch in the first room in the south west having opened one door". I haven't a clue what they're talking about. The only thing I remember was a shootable skull behind a wall panel on the southwest side of the map. I thought that the pile of Hell Barons on the upper level of the southwest part of the map would lead to clues, but I got nothing except some worthless ammo. The only useful thing that I got from the forum post was the semicircular room on the far west side of the map. Pressing all of the buttons there, I found nothing. Nothing was changed, and now I'm back to running laps around the level. If only the maker of the map were still alive, we could simply ask him, but unfortunately, all I have to go on, since no one bothered to put up a YouTube video, is this extremely cryptic riddle about a secret switch in the semicircular room raising "seats" of some sort.