Dont worry about nitpicking. If you dont complain, then someone else is bound to. Good to get it all over and done with in one go, makes it easier to fix.
1) Dunno what you mean here.
2) Good Point. Forgot that one. Will fix in next update.
3) I will think about fixing this one, but iw will not be easy. I dont promise anything.
4) Eventually there will be, mabey in the next release again. We will see.
Thanks for spotting the problems, will fix as soon as I can.
New version out fixing the bug you people pointed out. Also added a Start Position Editor. Basic, but it will do for now.
Next on the agenda:
Fix the ISP(Sun Thing). Currently does not work properly.
Add in support for minus colours (possibly).
Improve the look to make it even more sexy (if thats possible).
Add in more random stuff to keep you all happy.
Do other junk.
Make a better open/save box.
Cant think of anything else, but Im sure there is more.
Also, what do you people think of me integrating this into a whole Compiler Frontend that also does the 7-zipping for you?
*listens to the crys of approval*
Alright, guess ill get onto that in a while then...
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on my computer the smd creator produces some bad errors: instead of "0.5" it uses "0,5" , could it be because i have german OS and settings and in germany 0,5 equals the english 0.5 . also i cant enter numbers between 0 and 1, the "." and "," always get deleted.
@Imperator: Well, I will add in functionality for ',' instead of '.'.
@Betalord: That grass.bmp issue was the main reason for v3.1. It was a stupid mistake on my part, I forgot to put grass.bmp in the right spot. The new version fixed this, as well as not stopping if grass.bmp cant be found.
I dunno whats happening with your problem, but now I think about it, it could be the way I check for the grass.bmp. Although as far as I know, this is the standard way of doing so in VB.
@Weaver: Please post it, but a type mismatch error usually means that the variable being used in the function is not a number. Perhaps a value in your SMD is not correct?
Anyways. a new version should be out by the end of the week. Hope it fixes most of your problems.
Spotted the error Weaver. It was in the way the sun colour was written. There was no leading '0' infront of your decimal point. Spring obviously supports this, but I forogot to add in support for it in my program. Will add in support for the next release. Thanks for spotting the error!
After finding out about a few major bugs that no one botherd to tell me about till a few days ago, ive released another version. Hopefully there are no more bugs, but if there is, tell me or it wont get fixed.
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