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Old 14th May 2014, 11:01 AM
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Sorry for triple posting.

@RPGMaster:I need to tell you how it should look after Hatcat has updated the actual save editor,hopefully you know how to add scrolling in specific parts of the GUI.

You could go ahead and make the GUI changes with null values and basic names for now.

For each set of jiggies,a scrollbar can be used to fit every level's ten jiggies of them in one space so the user does not have to switch to a different window entirely.
It will be tedious to name each jiggy by their relation to events.
For spawning jiggies,they will be combined as spawned with their respective collected flag.
Certain Jiggies will need to have a choice for the completed events so you can continue to use "objects" for my new Groggy etc. cloner codes to work.

For example,Groggy has to not be returned for his cloner code to work.
You can combine all of these altered events into a fix-for-fun checkbox.

Other collectables should be done the same way as jiggies,including the spawning cheato pages being combined to their respective page.

The "Has Glowbo" status can be placed at the same height with two checkboxes for Mumbo and Wumba respectively.
I think it should be titled "M/W Glowbo" and obviously placed in each level's slot.

Isle O' Hags can be considered an entire level with seperate names for each area's contents.

The musical notes of each level may be the most tedious ones to name (by location),unless my names are good enough.
You can simplify them by saying note two is "left of 1" while one is
"Rightmost On Green Diamond Pile" for example.

Honeycombs should not be hard at all.

Hopefully the Jinjos are specific to the area,and not by color.
Then again,that destroys all of my work for what color the Jinjo is,and also causes another problem with a certain colored Jinjo in an unmentioned location.

You also have levels opened and levels entered,as well as level in totals list which starts at 0x6FE for me.
I tested it by changing the in-game save status value by subtracting ten (FF-->EF) and saw that the totals list for Glitter Gulch Mine was immediately gone after switching levels back and forth,and returned after switching the value again.

All of the "first item grabbed message" flags can be put into one checkbox.

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Old 18th May 2014, 09:36 AM
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Bump because of BS from advertising spammer.

So you need all of the jiggies and their events organized,correct?
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Old 18th May 2014, 09:45 AM
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Ya, it would help if they were all organized. There's no rush though, since all of us are pretty busy at this point. I won't be able to update the GUI for a while, due to school and other tasks. It's not that I'm super busy, but I will have to learn more winapi before I'm able to add tabs and other nice features.
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Old 21st May 2014, 07:58 AM
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I might be held up for quite some time until my Fire TV can get root access.
If all things lead up to another,then there is a small chance I can get PJ64 running on it through a distro'd Linux with the successor to Wine,meaning I can take care of things much more effectively in my own time.

Let the possible confusion begin?
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Old 18th March 2016, 04:39 AM
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Somebody just linked to this thread asking where to get a download of the pre-compiled application.

It's kind of a good question because zilmar's Apache server keeps screwing up the older attachments in these forum posts....

So, does anyone still have a copy of the b7.7z attachment on disk back when the OP's attachment still worked?
I know my home desktop computer a couple thousand miles away from here still has a copy. That was made back when I had Debian installed.
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Old 20th March 2016, 07:19 PM
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Got it right here!
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Old 20th March 2016, 08:23 PM
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Thanks.

I've mirrored it here to GitHub to prevent this forum server from getting in my way again.
https://github.com/cxd4/tooie-save-edit/releases

I should probably update the original post to tell people to not bother using attachments on this site anymore.
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