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    [Tool] UT2004 Initor Beta 3

    Name: UT2004 Initor

    Version: Beta 3

    Description: An application written in C# using WPF to enhance the experience of editing INI files of Unreal Tournament 2004.

    Comments: Fixed a bug when parsing .ini files and other bugs related to the user interface. You'll now get an error message with crashes and it will be written to the log.
    Source code on request.

    Screenshots:
    [shot]http://img820.imageshack.us/img820/9404/windowke.png[/shot]
    Main interface.
    [shot]http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/1008/mapsq.png[/shot]
    Interface for adding new items (map list).
    [shot]http://img571.imageshack.us/img571/9412/ucls.png[/shot]
    Interface for adding new items (ucl list).
    [shot]http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/8845/optionsdx.png[/shot]
    Options window.

    Credits: 100GPing100 (José Luís) coding.
    Epic Games U-Logo.

    Download: You are allowed to create more mirrors (please inform me about this), but keep the zip file unchanged.
    NOTE: To download click on the version name (for example: "Beta 1").


    (Beta 3)

    » Fixed bug in the INI parser.
    » Implemented log.
    » Implemented Error/Crash messages.
    » Fixed Element and Group edit buttons not working.
    » Minor fixes and tweaks.

    (Beta 2)

    » .ucl files can now be scanned for class variables (Map variables are ignored).
    » Options menu added (Tools>Options).
    » Minor changes.


    (Beta 1)
    » First release.

    #2
    nice tool 100g

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      #3
      Thanks!

      The next version will allow you to set values for the properties from classes like weapons/mutators found in .ucl files (later you'll be able to do this with .u files too).

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        #4
        Progress

        Beta 2 Released
        » .ucl files can now be scanned for class variables (Map variables are ignored).
        » Options menu added (Tools>Options).
        » Minor changes.


        (Check first post for download link)

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          #5
          Will this also speed up processes like adding serverpackages? (I know, adding these is usually not taking that long, but finding the UT2004.ini in a system folder being overgrown due to mods also takes it's time )

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            #6
            Baryonyx, it doesn't take that long, just open the system folder and type ut2004, even during ut2... it should already jump to the closest files to the ut2004.ini.

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              #7
              Sorry, but for some reason this very useful tool isn't working for me .
              I have taken some screenshot and uploaded my UT2004.ini files , I hope you wouldn't mind taking a look at it.
              The links are given:-

              Image 1"Before Selecting"->http://www.mediafire.com/view/?tdj7jwr9ijldsty
              Image 2"After Selecting" ->http://www.mediafire.com/view/?7k7j59rwxkg9s5m
              And my UT2004.ini -> http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?8765qjb3cge360r

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                #8
                I've tested your file in the debug version, it seems that the code is counting 3 more groups than your file has.

                You can put down the download link as I have downloaded a copy. (It may contain private information)

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                  #9
                  Progress

                  Beta 3 Released
                  » Fixed bug in the INI parser.
                  » Implemented log.
                  » Implemented Error/Crash messages.
                  » Fixed Element and Group edit buttons not working.
                  » Minor fixes and tweaks.


                  (Check first post for download link)

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                    #10
                    Still in beta?

                    I see you have the Anthology set.
                    Any chance you can add U1 to this ?

                    If you have no interest, but are open to sharing your work with another coder, I could arrange a suitable (and trustworthy) candidate.

                    BTW. I could kiss you for this tool. I am forever INI tweaking

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                      #11
                      I think it may work with Unreal. Backup your ini and try it out, it should work.

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