[Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by jamie_macdonald » 25 Jun 2010, 09:15

Our ben, (dr-ukr|darkness, dr-ukr|ben, flying anus) is almost finished on a manialink project which is skinnable and can have styles imported easy ... a template for personal maniapage ... with a html backend that you can upload avatars and bits with ... also a tmx plugin in it so you can go to the admin thing on the manialink and input tmx ID to add to the page of tracks .. and also delete buttons on each tile if logged in as admin ..

is looking quite promising as a "stop gap" untill better things are available.

..As long as the newer quad style system is in the newer game then his work will not be in vein :lol:

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by Xymph » 25 Jun 2010, 14:32

Trackmaniack wrote:Make a GUI for a manialink editor? Hmm...didn't know that was a community-based project. Thought it had to be more deeply rooted in the game code than that.
Even classic TMU already had a ManiaLinks Editor, written in Java.
And ISTR that was not the only such project. Don't think there's one for the new ML features in TMF though.
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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by jamie_macdonald » 25 Jun 2010, 16:00

Yeah there is definately not one that supports the "quad style" yet ... if there is its very well hidden :lol:

Would be nice to have an intuative point and click based editor though i admit, i dont see the community doing something that complicated, not a case of capabitlity of course, more of time and effort taken.

Unless someone makes one to sell, that might be an insentive, but i'm sure that would be a copyright issue right ?

Let's hope that maybe they consider this at a later date, a proffesionaly made manialink/code/script editor would be a very good tool, and also it would be 3 times as usefull soon given the fact it will now cover 3 games ^^

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by w1lla » 25 Jun 2010, 18:15

http://ljfa-ag.bplaced.net/html/fmlc.php

Supports Forever manialinks.
Let's hope that maybe they consider this at a later date, a proffesionaly made manialink/code/script editor would be a very good tool, and also it would be 3 times as usefull soon given the fact it will now cover 3 games ^^
Also manialib is getting on the way better and better.

Even getting a MVC application.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model%E2%8 ... controller

http://code.google.com/p/manialib/
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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by jamie_macdonald » 25 Jun 2010, 19:13

interesting stuff w1lla ...thx for post ^^

i'm happy in wordpad/dreamweaver but i know alot of people will find such a thing infinitely usefull :D

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by apovtx » 25 Jun 2010, 19:46

Nice w1lla! Didn't know about fmlc!
Nice work even though it's not that "graphic interface editor" like old tools (without forever tags)

+1 about manialib! You can make perfect manialink "applications" with it! ;)

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by w1lla » 25 Jun 2010, 19:54

well its nice to see the warm welcomes but as stated before; Reading on a forum is the best you can do before typing a post.
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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by Trackmaniack » 25 Jun 2010, 20:10

w1lla wrote:http://ljfa-ag.bplaced.net/html/fmlc.php

Supports Forever manialinks.
Let's hope that maybe they consider this at a later date, a proffesionaly made manialink/code/script editor would be a very good tool, and also it would be 3 times as usefull soon given the fact it will now cover 3 games ^^
Also manialib is getting on the way better and better.

Even getting a MVC application.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model%E2%8 ... controller

http://code.google.com/p/manialib/
Okay...I DLed the original ManiaLinks editor...the one without the Forever support (I didn't download the Forever one cuz I can't understand German for crap... :oops: ) But anyway, I can't get anything to work like it's supposed to in the MLE...I can adjust background, color, and -maybe- size...and insert -normal- text...but that's it. If I want to put in image files, links, what have you...nothin. Any help here guys? Maybe even just direction on a tutorial for creating a manialink...
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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by apovtx » 25 Jun 2010, 20:38

Had you seen the mania-creative's (tm-creative's) tutorials? here
I think you should just make tests using notepad or another editor (so you can use forever tags- it's much more easy with them). Of course, you can find some more information on tm-forum ;)

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Re: [Manialink] A Manialink's graphic interface editor

Post by Trackmaniack » 25 Jun 2010, 21:10

apovtx wrote:Had you seen the mania-creative's (tm-creative's) tutorials? here
I think you should just make tests using notepad or another editor (so you can use forever tags- it's much more easy with them). Of course, you can find some more information on tm-forum ;)
Heh...dunno what the deal was, but now things are working... :D Thanks much for your help
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