Started by Klaw, January 29, 2020, 12:24:08 am
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Quote from: undefinedRPG-X ConfiguratorThis is a written up idea bubble of how this thing can/will/does work (In my head at least). When the Configurator is installed, it will replace your default RPG-X shortcuts and open when you launch the game.// represents a tab at the top of the window.## represents a button to press( )represents a dialog box for you to fill in info.//Character Creation ##Load Saved Character ##Select character file (Lists saved character files, highlight and select ##OK) ##Edit character file (Takes you to Create New Character with the info filled in for this profile) ##Create New Character ( )Name ( )Age ( )Race ( )Model ( )Height ( )Weight ( )Uniform and Communicator ( )Class and Color //Rankset Selection Choose your RP's Rank Set ##Primary Rank set choice (Lists all available rank sets that fit the corresponding standard, and are installed in the correct file, highlight and select ##OK) ##Secondary Rank set choice (Lists all available (sans the previous choice) rank sets that fit the corresponding standard, and are installed in the correct file, highlight and select ##OK)//Weapon and tools selection Choose your RP's Equipment Style ##Packs for TOS, TNG etc. (Lists all available equipment sets that fit the corresponding standard, and are installed in the correct file, highlight and select ##OK) //Map Retextures ##Choose your map retexture(s) List of retextures and which map(s) they effect. //Information and Credits Link to Map List (Google Sheets doc I'm working on) Link to Rank Readme (a readme about the rank set, and how they're organized - TBD) Link to The Forge Link to The Last Outpost At the bottom of the window, set static - there will be a ##Launch RPG-X button. If any of the information above isn't filled in, it will pre-load a set of defaults (in most cases, RPG-X defaults - in the case of the rank set, It'll set the Klingon rank (WIP) as secondary and DS9 as primary) OR It will load in the previously loaded options. Maybe I should add in a ##Refresh button, to remove any configurations that are in your RPG-X install, and return everything back to default