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Re: Level Editor Bugs and Requests
« Reply #90 on: October 10, 2011, 04:21:47 PM »
I've read in another thread something about sticky and anti-flip panels --
What about frictionless panels?
Where you slide in a single direction, trying to avoid other obstacles, and without the power to alter your speed? I could see a couple of platforming levels made with this.


That's a pretty good Idea! :viridian:

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Re: Level Editor Bugs and Requests
« Reply #91 on: October 11, 2011, 06:05:09 PM »
Maybe this belongs in the 2.1 thread, but a bug's a bug, no matter which version.

While in the editor, if you press the Esc. Key while a script is being played, and then exit back out, the script will end and you won't be able to move Viridian, and you won't be able to save. The only way to get out is to exit the game. :victoria:

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Re: Level Editor Bugs and Requests
« Reply #92 on: October 11, 2011, 06:17:32 PM »
Maybe this belongs in the 2.1 thread, but a bug's a bug, no matter which version.

While in the editor, if you press the Esc. Key while a script is being played, and then exit back out, the script will end and you won't be able to move Viridian, and you won't be able to save. The only way to get out is to exit the game. :victoria:


Wow, that's a weird bug! The only solution until it's fixed is not to exit during a script.

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Re: Level Editor Bugs and Requests
« Reply #93 on: October 15, 2011, 10:56:33 PM »
While these things would be nice to have, the level editor doesn't really need things that aren't already in the game itself. The few new features we do have (roomtext, trinket locks, etc.) are a nice bonus. Closing the gap between the game itself and user levels (larger enemies, tower levels, etc.) should be a higher priority.

If you come up with an idea and you think you could make a great level based on it, there's nothing stopping you from making a game yourself!
Yeah, bugs haven't been popping up much recently, so we're preforming the equivalent of 90s teenagers sitting on the couch talking about what would be cool. Since we wouldn't have to do it ourselves.