Dialog Editor for Windows???

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Has anyone made a dialog editor for windows yet?

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[ Saturday, April 19, 2008 06:26: Message edited by: Born of Shadow ]

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Yes, I did some time ago. You can find it on my utilities page.

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However, if you are new to scripting you should probably do dialog manually for a little bit.

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Thanks for the help :D

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quote:
Originally written by Iffy:

However, if you are new to scripting you should probably do dialog manually for a little bit.
Good advice. It might help to get a firm understanding of the processes before using mostly automated stuff. Niemand really has spoiled us. :P

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To be honest, I never use the Dialogue Editor myself; I don't really like it that much. It's just easier to write the code.

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To be honest, I never use the Dialogue Editor myself; I don't really like it that much. It's just easier to write the code.
Same with me, I just prefer to write it myself. Besides, the dialogue editor just takes up space.

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I like the Dialog Editor.

I vaguely remember a bug of some sort, actually, but I can't remember what. If I ever do, I'll tell you, Niemand.
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