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Thread: Saving my own code in unreal script format

  1. #1
    Danson Delta-40
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    Saving my own code in unreal script format

    I'm using Notepad++ to edit and create extensions for the UnrealScript. But I cannot save it as an unrealscript file. Is there an extension for notepad++ or a free program that does this? The only other program I've seen that can do this is microsoft visual stuio, but that costs money and the trial is a 3 gig download and my internet is all slow.

    please halp.

  2. #2
    Graylord
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    Just copy an existing uc file and modify it.

  3. #3
    JessieG
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    You can also create a new file with just the regular notepad, choose save as, change the dropdown on the bottom from txt to all files, and type the name of the file and ad ".uc" at the end of it.

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    tegleg
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    notepad or wotgreal

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    ambershee
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    I use notepad++ and don't have this problem. Just select no file extension and save as .uc

  6. #6
    joshua.fontany
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    Quote Originally Posted by ambershee View Post
    I use notepad++ and don't have this problem. Just select no file extension and save as .uc
    This is exactly what I do. Also, using UnCodeX (or a similar code library browser) alongside your text editor really really helps.

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