COGlory's Basic Template Tool

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What's it do?
Basically an application I made for my own use, that I thought might have some potential, so I decided to release it.
It's a small application (~30 KB) made with Visual Basic 2010.  With the simple click of a button, it displays a ready to edit template for select tuples, rather then have to search for the one you need, or the right flags.​

1.8 Released!


COGlory's Code Templates v1.81

Changelog:

-Remade on .NET FrameWork 3.0 for increased compatibility.
-Variables Text Box made "Read Only" to solve cursor mess-ups.
-Title Renamed from "Form1"
-Font Size of Templates Increased.
-A Few Other Minor Code Fixes.

1.81 Changelog
-Fixed Typos

Supported:
  • Items
  • Troops
  • Script for Slotting Items for Multiplayer
  • Script for Making an Item Available to a Certain Multiplayer Troop



On the right you can see possible variables.  (Item types, class types, etc.)​

No credit is required, if you use it, but a mention of the app would be appreciated if you found it useful.  :smile:


Notes:
I may create a .exe for it sometime, but I'm running out of time today, so I decided to release it as a binary file.  Just double click it to run.
.Net 3 is required for the to function.
Due to the way Visual Basic reads things, I was forced to use ' instead of "  This shouldn't effect anything, however, as the Module System reads both.
 

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No problem!  I did it as a project for a course I'm taking. 

EDIT:  Seeing as how .NET 4 is very new, I'll re-write it in .NET 3

I also have an idea on an integrated stat and price calculator for weapons and armor. 
 

havoc

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Awesome work there, i'll never use it but i'm sure lots and lots and lots and lots of other people will.
 

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Thanks!

Darwin said:
Don't forget to change the name of the form. :razz:
Finally figured this out.  :oops:

Anyways, re-wrote it for .NET 3 since .NET 4 is really new.  Partially added calc, and a couple other minor things that were bugging me. 
 

Darwin

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Am I blind or did you not post a download link?  :cool:

And how about a ListBox (with multi-selection) for the modifiers? Or some TickBoxes (the control is named different I think, but I don't remember right now... :wink: ) Would be lots easier. :wink:
 

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Darwin said:
Am I blind or did you not post a download link?  :cool:
:oops:

Darwin said:
And how about a ListBox (with multi-selection) for the modifiers? Or some TickBoxes (the control is named different I think, but I don't remember right now... :wink: ) Would be lots easier. :wink:
I can see about it...but it's just a template, not an actual editor.  Really just a fancy list, because I'm always looking for the right template or modifier. 

 

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If you want the truth, I accidentally copy-pasted over it. 

The real truth is that I'm an idiot though.  :razz: