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08-26-2003 23:20

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( I have 3 requests )

I am doing a game with different worlds. I planned to make a different bank for every world. The problem is, there are about 75 images that stay the same from one bank to the other. There is no duplicate bank option, so I duplicated them manually ( and it's LONG when they all have different absolute hotspots and transparency masks! ) It took me from half an hour to an hour.

request 1- Please put some duplicate bank option!

Right when I had finished , I accenditenally hit delete bank. ** ARRRG!**
There was no message asking me to confirmate I really wanted to delete it. Next thing I knew, the bank didn't exist anymore and my project was saved even though I didn't do anything to save it!

request 2- Ask before deleting!
request 3- Ask before saving changes! When I make a mistake, I want to go back to the previous version the my mistake's saved!

08-27-2003 01:14

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request 1- Please put some duplicate bank option!

Until they do, you can open up the file in ResEdit and duplicate the bank resources from there.

[quore]request 2- Ask before deleting!

An undo option would be even better if possible.

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request 3- Ask before saving changes! When I make a mistake, I want to go back to the previous version the my mistake's saved!

Yes, I agree with this too...or even better, an undo option!

09-20-2003 23:53

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Mark Tully

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Oops. We'll at least add a confirm before deleting - sorry about that. Can you not put the common images in one bank then just load more than one bank up? Depends on whether it's the same images across all worlds I guess.

Cheers,

Mark

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