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Ved / Ved's new "playtesting" feature (Ved 1.4)
« on: April 3, 2018, 05:24:46 AM »
So, this year's April Fools' joke was that Ved was "automatically updated" to version 1.4, featuring a new playtesting feature!





The details. If you already played it, or you're still in for a surprise, you might want to skip this part
If it isn't immediately clear during the first room of the demo level that this game feels somewhat different, it definitely becomes clear in the second room, when Viridian doesn't flip, but jump:



You'll also have noticed the three hearts in the top left corner. Each death removes a heart, making it look like the player only has three lives (the third death turns it into a death counter though, you can keep playing)

All sound effects have also been remade. And one thing that was rushed enough to mention it here, was moving platforms. Horizontally moving platforms work well when standing on them, but you can't get pushed from the side by one at all, and you can easily fall through vertically moving platforms.

The more technical details
Pretty much everything was done via the plugin system. One of the advantages of this was that it made everything way more organized, requiring only minor actual changes to the code. Another advantage is that I can easily release it as a plugin after it would stop working automatically!

The plugin files can be found in utils/internal_plugins/.

In order to reduce the chance of the joke getting out before the 1st of April, I never committed it to the repository. Though it probably would have been more fun to do everything in plain sight without getting noticed, it would've been too risky.



You can ignore the four eraser images in this screenshot, I was working on a feature that I wanted to add to 1.3.2 originally, but shashed for later. Git doesn't stash files that you never added, hence why they're still there, and they're actually in the 1.3.2 packages, too (which was not a problem for me).


I set the playtesting feature to appear on 1 April 2018 10:00 UTC (3AM PDT, 6AM EDT, 11:00 BST), and to disappear on 3 April 2018 10:00 UTC. That means it will no longer be loaded now, unless you set back your computer's clock to be in between those dates. However, if you want to keep playing, you can also re-add it as a plugin!

Quick info for Windows users (which the majority is): you can install plugins by putting them in %appdata%\ved\plugins\ (if you're using the .exe version) or %appdata%\LOVE\ved\plugins\ (if you're using the .love version). You don't have to extract the .zip. More info, and info on how to install the plugins on Mac and Linux (which is just as easy), is at the top of this page.

vis.zip - Download
This is the actual playtesting feature. "Vis" is the codename for this project. I'm planning make a repository for it, soon!

visload.zip - Download
Despite having "load" in the name, this plugin is not required. It just pops up the "Welcome to Ved 1.4" screen, changes the version number in the title bar, and includes the demo level. For the full 1.4 experience!

vis-sounds.zip - Download
Like the sound effects? You can also use them in VVVVVV! As far as I know, this is the first complete custom sound effect pack for VVVVVV. Just make a folder called sounds in your VVVVVV folder (which is in Documents on Windows), and put the .wav files in there!

P.S. It was pretty nice that I could call this version 1.4 (1 April), being at version 1.3.x. However, I'll keep numbering the next revisions as 1.3.x, and once I get to the real 1.4, you can tell them apart by knowing it'll be called 1.4.0, keeping consistent with Ved's real version numbering system.

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VVVVVV / Internal commands (2017 version)
« on: September 7, 2017, 06:42:15 PM »
A more up-to-date reference for internal commands that doesn't use the C64 font has been requested multiple times, so I updated my little messy internal commands database webapp so that it can also output in BBCode. That means this is the same list of commands as in the Ved help.

As always, the color coding is as follows:
  • Normal - Should be safe, worst case scenario is VVVVVV crashing because you made a mistake.
  • Blue - Some of these don't work in custom levels, others don't make a lot of sense in custom levels, or are only half useful because they were really designed for the main game.
  • Orange - These work and nothing will go wrong normally, unless you give some specific arguments to them that will cause your save data to go away.
  • Red - Red commands shouldn't be used in custom levels because they will either unlock certain parts of the main game (which you shouldn't want a custom level to do, even if you say everyone has already completed the game), or corrupt the save data altogether.

I know the following commands aren't on the list yet, and there might be others I overlooked:
  • ifwarp
  • changecustommood
  • changegravity
  • activeteleporter

If you have any suggestions or corrections, please tell me!


squeak(color)
Makes a squeak sound from a crewmate, or a terminal sound

color - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple/terminal

text(color,x,y,lines)
Store a text box in memory with color, position and number of lines. Usually, the position command is used after the text command (and its lines of text), which will overwrite the coordinates given here, so these are usually left as 0.

color - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple/gray
x - The x position of the text box
y - The y position of the text box
lines - The number of lines

position(x,y)
Overrides the x,y of the text command and thus sets the position of the text box.

x - center/centerx/centery, or a color name cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple
y - Only used if x is a color name. Can be above/below

endtext
Makes a text box disappear (fade out)

endtextfast
Makes a text box disappear immediately (without fading out)

speak
Shows a text box, without removing old text boxes. Also pauses the script until you press action (unless there's a backgroundtext command above it)

speak_active
Shows a text box, and removes any old text box. Also pauses the script until you press action (unless there's a backgroundtext command above it)

backgroundtext
If you put this command on the line above speak or speak_active, the game will not wait until you press action after creating the text box. This can be used to create multiple text boxes at the same time.

changeplayercolour(color)
Changes the player's color

color - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple/teleporter

restoreplayercolour()
Changes the player's color back to cyan

changecolour(a,b)
Changes the color of a crewmate (note: this only works with crewmates who have been created using the createcrewman command)

a - Color of crewmate to change cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple
b - Color to change to

alarmon
Turns the alarm on

alarmoff
Turns the alarm off

cutscene()
Makes cutscene bars appear

endcutscene()
Makes cutscene bars disappear

untilbars()
Wait until cutscene()/endcutscene() is completed

customifflag(n,script)
Same as ifflag(n,script) in simplified scripting

ifflag(n,script)
Same as customifflag, but loads an internal (main game) script

loadscript(script)
Load an internal (main game) script. Commonly used in custom levels as loadscript(stop)

iftrinkets(n,script)
Same as simplified scripting, but loads an internal (main game) script

iftrinketsless(n,script)
Same as simplified scripting, but loads an internal (main game) script

customiftrinkets(n,script)
Same as iftrinkets(n,script) in simplfied scripting

customiftrinketsless(n,script)
Same as iftrinketsless(n,script) in simplfied scripting (but remember it is broken)

createcrewman(x,y,color,mood,ai1,ai2)
Creates a crewmate (not rescuable)

mood - 0 for happy, 1 for sad
ai1 - followplayer/followpurple/followyellow/followred/followgreen/followblue/faceplayer/panic/faceleft/faceright/followposition,ai2
ai2 - required if followposition is used for ai1

createentity(x,y,n,meta1,meta2)
Creates an entity, check the lists reference for entity numbers

n - The entity number

vvvvvvman()
Makes the player huge

undovvvvvvman()
Back to normal

hideplayer()
Makes the player invisible

showplayer()
Makes the player visible

gamestate(x)
Change the gamestate to the specified state number

gamemode(x)
teleporter to show the map, game to hide it (shows teleporters of the main game)

x - teleporter/game

blackout()
Make the screen black/freezes the screen

blackon()
Back to normal from blackout()

fadeout()
Fades the screen to black

fadein()
Fades back

befadein()
Instantly fade in from fadeout()

untilfade()
Wait until fadeout()/fadein() is completed

gotoroom(x,y)
Change the current room to x,y, where x and y start at 0.

x - Room x coordinate, starting at 0
y - Room y coordinate, starting at 0

gotoposition(x,y,f)
Change Viridian's position to x,y in this room, and f is whether you're flipped or not. (1 for flipped, 0 for not flipped)

f - 1 for flipped, 0 for not flipped (you can also use gotoposition(x,y), then you will have normal gravity by default)

flash(x)
Makes the screen white, you can change the time how long the screen should stay white (just flash won't work, you have to use flash(5) in combination with playef(9) and shake(20) if you want a normal flash)

x - The amount of ticks. 30 ticks is almost one second.

play(x)
Start playing a song with internal song number.

x - Internal song number

jukebox(x)
Makes a jukebox terminal white and turns off the color of all the other terminals (in custom levels, it just seems to turn off the white color of all activated terminals).

musicfadeout()
Fades out the music.

musicfadein()
Opposite of musicfadeout() (doesn't seem to work)

stopmusic()
Stops the music immediately. Equivalent to music(0) in simplified scripting.

resumemusic()
Opposite of stopmusic() (doesn't seem to work)

playef(x,n)
Play a sound effect.

n - Actually unused, and can be left out. In VVVVVV 1.x, this used to control the offset in milliseconds at which the sound effect started.

changemood(colour,mood)
Changes the mood of a crewmate (only works for crewmates created with createcrewman)

colour - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple
mood - 0 for happy, 1 for sad

everybodysad()
Makes everybody sad (only for crewmates created with createcrewman and the player)

changetile(colour,tile)
Changes the tile of a crewmate (you can change it to any sprite in sprites.png, and it only works for crewmates created with createcrewman)

colour - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple/gray
tile - Tile number

face(a,b)
Makes the face of crewmate a point to crewmate b (only works with crewmates created with createcrewman)

a - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple/gray
b - same

companion(x)
Makes the specified crewmate a companion (as far as I remember, this also depends on on the location on the map)

changeai(crewmate,ai1,ai2)
Can change the face direction of a crewmate or the walking behaviour

crewmate - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple
ai1 - followplayer/followpurple/followyellow/followred/followgreen/followblue/faceplayer/panic/faceleft/faceright/followposition,ai2
ai2 - required if followposition is used for ai1

changedir(colour,direction)
Just like changeai(colour,faceleft/faceright), this changes face direction.

colour - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple
direction - 0 is left, 1 is right

walk(direction,x)
Makes the player walk the specified number of ticks

direction - left/right

flipgravity(colour)
Flips the gravity of a certain crewmate (it won't always work on yourself)

colour - cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple

flipme
Correct vertical positioning of multiple text boxes in flip mode

tofloor
Makes the player flip to the floor if he isn't already on the floor.

flip
Make the player flip

foundtrinket(x)
Makes a trinket found

x - Number of the trinket

runtrinketscript
Play Passion For Exploring?

altstates(x)
Changes the layout of some rooms, like the trinket room in the ship before and after the explosion, and the secret lab entrance (custom levels don't support altstates at all)

createlastrescued(x,y)
Creates the last rescued crewmate at position x,y (?)

rescued(colour)
Makes someone rescued

missing(colour)
Makes someone missing

finalmode(x,y)
Teleports you to Outside Dimension VVVVVV, (46,54) is the initial room of the Final Level

setcheckpoint()
Sets the checkpoint to the current location

textboxactive
Makes all text boxes on the screen disappear except for the last created one

ifexplored(x,y,script)
If x+1,y+1 is explored, go to (internal) script

iflast(crewmate,script)
If crewmate x was rescued last, go to script

crewmate - Numbers are used here: 2: Vitellary, 3: Vermillion, 4: Verdigris, 5 Victoria (I don't know the number for Viridian and Violet)

ifskip(x)
If you skip the cutscenes in No Death Mode, go to script x

ifcrewlost(crewmate,script)
If crewmate is lost, go to script

showcoordinates(x,y)
Show coordinates x,y on the map (This works for the map for custom levels)

hidecoordinates(x,y)
Hide coordinates x,y on the map (This works for the map for custom levels)

showship
Show the ship on the map

hideship
Hide the ship on the map

showsecretlab
Show the secret lab on the map

hidesecretlab
Hide the secret lab on the map

showteleporters()
Show the teleporters on the map (I guess it only shows the teleporter in Space Station 1)

hideteleporters()
Hide the teleporters on the map

showtargets()
Show the targets on the map (unknown teleporters which show up as ?s)

hidetargets()
Hide the targets on the map

showtrinkets()
Show the trinkets on the map

hidetrinkets()
Hide the trinkets on the map

hascontrol()
Makes the player have control, however doesn't work in the middle of scripts

nocontrol()
The opposite of hascontrol()

specialline(x)
Special dialogs that show up in the main game

destroy(x)
Same behaviour as simplified command

x - gravitylines/warptokens/platforms

delay(x)
Same behaviour as simplified command

flag(x,on/off)
Same behaviour as simplified command

telesave()
Saves your game (in the regular teleporter save, so don't use it!)

befadein()
Instantly fade in from fadeout()

createactivityzone(colour)
Creates a zone where you are standing which says "Press ACTION to talk to (Crewmate)"

createrescuedcrew()
Creates all rescued crewmates

trinketyellowcontrol()
Dialog of Vitellary when he gives you a trinket in the real game

trinketbluecontrol()
Dialog of Victoria when she gives you a trinket in the real game

rollcredits()
Makes the credits roll. It destroys your save after the credits are completed!

teleportscript(script)
Used to set a script which is run when you use a teleporter

clearteleportscript()
Clears the teleporter script set with teleporterscript(x)

moveplayer(x,y)
Moves the player x pixels to the right and y pixels down. Of course you can also use negative numbers to make him move up or to the left

do(n)
Starts a loop block which will repeat n times

loop
Put this at the end of the loop block

leavesecretlab()
Turn off "secret lab mode"

shake(n)
Shake the screen for n ticks. This will not create a delay.

activateteleporter()
If there's a teleporter in the room, it will glow white and touching it will not annihilate your save data. May not work if there are multiple teleporters.

customposition(x,y)
Overrides the x,y of the text command and thus sets the position of the text box, but for crewmates, rescuable crewmates are used to position against, instead of createentity crewmates.

x - center/centerx/centery, or a color name cyan/player/blue/red/yellow/green/purple (rescuable)
y - Only used if x is a color name. Can be above/below

custommap(on/off)
The internal variant of the map command

trinketscriptmusic
Plays passion for exploring, without taking arguments(?)

startintermission2
Alternate finalmode(46,54), takes you to the final level without accepting arguments. Crashes in timeslip.

resetgame
Resets all trinkets, collected crewmates and flags, and teleports the player to the last checkpoint.

redcontrol
Start a conversation with Vermilion just like when you meet him in the main game and press ENTER. Also creates an activity zone afterwards.

greencontrol
Start a conversation with Verdigris just like when you meet him in the main game and press ENTER. Also creates an activity zone afterwards.

bluecontrol
Start a conversation with Victoria just like when you meet her in the main game and press ENTER. Also creates an activity zone afterwards.

yellowcontrol
Start a conversation with Vitellary just like when you meet him in the main game and press ENTER. Also creates an activity zone afterwards.

purplecontrol
Start a conversation with Violet just like when you meet her in the main game and press ENTER. Also creates an activity zone afterwards.

foundlab
Plays sound effect 3, shows text box with "Congratulations! You have found the secret lab!" Does not endtext, also has no further unwanted effects.

foundlab2
Displays the second text box you see after discovering the secret lab. Also does not endtext, and also does not have any further unwanted effects.

entersecretlab
Actually unlocks the secret lab for the main game, which is probably an unwanted effect for a custom level to have. Turns on secret lab mode.

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General Discussion / Domain change
« on: April 6, 2017, 06:07:29 PM »
This site is switching from tolp2.nl to a new domain: tolp.nl!

Rest assured, you don't need to do anything, apart from just logging in again. Of course, the site will stay the same, and old links will keep working, they'll be correctly redirected.

On Sunday, the 9th of April, the site will be fully configured to the new domain, and tolp2.nl links will start redirecting to tolp.nl. Additionally, we'll fully upgrade to secure (HTTPS) connections, but again, you don't need to do anything, it'll just redirect to HTTPS if you're using HTTP.

The new domain is already working, which means you can test it: https://tolp.nl/forum/. (You won't be logged in, and the forum is currently still configured for tolp2.nl, so it'll quickly send you back there)

If the new domain or HTTPS is not working properly for you, or if you have any questions, please tell me about it!

Oh, and I'm not doing this because the level is taking a long time or because I'm putting a halt to anything (in fact, this solves a problem should we get to a tOLP 3), it's that I think it's a nicer domain without the 2. Years ago, the first true domain I chose was tolp2.tk, because tolp.tk was already taken, and I simply moved to tolp2.nl after that.

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General Discussion / Chara Dreemurr has been banned
« on: December 10, 2016, 04:00:24 PM »
Unusual dedicated ban topic.

Alright, so I've been wanting to put an end to all the toxicity that has been going on recently, and the reason for it is the fact that many people are fed up with Chara's behavior.

Truth be told, she has been extremely stubborn, releasing modified copies of other people's levels, trying to make people believe several kinds of lies about herself, pretending to be an Undertale character in some posts, and she has been acting annoyingly in other ways. So as of this moment, she is banned from the forum for now.

That said, I am really disappointed by some of the actions that certain people have taken. I am glad Chara's password withstood the couple of attempts that were made to crack it. And I am especially glad that the intentions/attempts to infect her computer with a virus or to install a remote access tool were not successful. You may hate someone, but trying to invade or cause damage to their computer is really not cool, and it's not the way to solve these kinds of things.

I haven't made this decision because of the poll, by the way. This ban isn't permanent either, we'll see if anything changes after a couple of months have passed. For now though, let's hope this helps to restore the peace around here.

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General Discussion / MOVED: Guys, I have an idea!!!!
« on: September 28, 2016, 12:41:32 AM »

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General Discussion / MOVED: What's your favorite snack food?
« on: May 24, 2016, 10:21:38 AM »
This topic has been moved to Nonsense as well as some other topics posted in the past few minutes.

https://tolp2.nl/forum/index.php?topic=2724.0

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VVVVVV / Getting rid of the loading screen
« on: April 14, 2016, 07:59:50 PM »
The fake loading screen can be pretty annoying, especially because VVVVVV automatically pauses whenever the window loses focus.

Luckily, I've found that you can bypass most of it with a simple hexedit of the VVVVVV binary.



Platform-specific instructions:

VVVVVV M&P on Windows (latest build; 10202016): address 122457 should be 64 (100), change that to 00.
VVVVVV M&P on Windows (older build; 06182014): address 5BAE0 should be 64 (100), change that to 00.
VVVVVV full version on Windows (2.2, oct-2016 build): address 123C67 should be 64 (100), change that to 00.
VVVVVV full version on Windows (2.2, older build): address 123BF7 should be 64 (100), change that to 00.
VVVVVV M&P on Linux x86_64 (latest build; 10202016): address 167DF1 should be 63 (99), change that to 00.
VVVVVV M&P on Linux x86_64 (older build; 06182014): address 15DC31 should be 63 (99), change that to 00.
VVVVVV full version on Linux x86_64 (2.2, oct-2016 build): address 169A31 should be 63 (99), change that to 00.
VVVVVV full version on Linux x86_64 (2.2, older build): address 15F871 should be 63 (99), change that to 00.

Note: read "address FFFFFF should be 64 (100)" as "address FFFFFF should have a hexadecimal value of 64 (which is 100 in decimal)".

If the address listed above does not have a value of 64 or 63 in your binary, then I guarantee you this will not work for that binary.

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As you may know, we stopped accepting new contributors for tOLP2 in August 2013, because we had too many contibutors and there was a lot of disorganization because nobody really knew what to do.

By now though, development on tOLP2 has pretty much stalled completely. There hasn't been a new revision in months, even though we started over with tOLP2v2 in September, in an attempt to get general motivation back, but that hasn't even progressed far enough to be at the point where we wanted it to be before showing tOLP2v2 to the testers.

So because there are not enough active contributors at the moment, and there are people who want to contribute but weren't members of this community back in 2013, we're now accepting new contributors again!

If you want to participate, just post a topic in this board. If needed, we might decide to only let in a limited number of contributors, but let's see how it goes!

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VVVVVV / The Unexpected Adventure
« on: March 31, 2016, 11:59:42 PM »
I've made a new VVVVVV level, called The Unexpected Adventure!

Main thread: http://distractionware.com/forum/index.php?topic=2444.msg24823#msg24823

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General Discussion / CaptionBot
« on: March 30, 2016, 12:29:20 PM »
Show your impressive or funny CaptionBot results here!





Chatlog
20:52:09 - (Dav999) - Anyway https://i.imgur.com/RL2EQld.png
20:52:26 - Format: neat
20:53:50 - (Dav999) - Kind of threadworthy, people posting captionbot reactions to their images
20:55:33 - Format: http://puu.sh/nZJQE/e45a150ea0.jpg
20:55:33 - Format: wow
20:57:18 - Format: though i gave it a pic of trump pointing at the camera, and it thought he was talking on a cell phone
21:02:05 - (Dav999) - http://i.imgur.com/9vpvkt3.png
21:02:20 - Format: it's a multicat
21:02:28 - Format: it looks like several but it's really just one
21:04:38 - Format: http://puu.sh/nZKv5/112b0786d5.jpg nop it's mike chapman
21:04:40 - Format: fejl
21:05:01 - (Dav999) - http://i.imgur.com/HKxQsKU.png
21:05:21 - (Dav999) - We need to make a thread about this on tOLP
21:10:46 - Format: http://puu.sh/nZKXB/8d8b6096ec.jpg
21:13:57 - Format: this isnt microsoft's only AI project http://puu.sh/nZLaG/b4b0780901.jpg
21:14:33 - (Dav999) - I'm sure you've heard of Tay
21:14:40 - Format: indeed i have
21:15:53 - Format: i suppose the obvious thing to do would be to upload a photo of hitler to MyMoustache
21:16:50 - Format: also captionbot just confused a raccoon for a cat
21:17:07 - (Dav999) - People have been uploading too many cat pictures
21:19:30 - Format: ok ok ok i just found out something weird
21:19:36 - Format: i have a picture on my computer
21:19:39 - (Dav999) - Pffffff http://i.imgur.com/R0pRymP.png
21:19:47 - Format: but apparently--hold on
21:19:55 - Format: pfffffff

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General Discussion / An SMF 2.1 beta testing forum
« on: March 23, 2016, 01:34:24 PM »
If you want to play around with forum administration features and test out the latest SMF 2.1 beta, I've set up a testing forum here: http://smf21b2016.pe.hu/

It's like http://dav999.comuf.com/, but new and fresh.

Notes:
  • Everyone who signs up will be made an administrator.
  • Mail sending features are completely disabled. There is no registration confirmation email, so it is useless to enter any real email address. The email address you register with can be seen by other administrators, so if you don't want your email address seen by others: just fill in anything like a random mailinator.com address or something completely random.
  • Your IP address is not visible to others.
    More information
    Everyone's IP address is hashed so that everyone still has a unique IP address, but it can not be easily converted back to the original IP address. For example, the (imaginary) IP 300.300.300.300 can show up as 7452:1747:2ad2:9b54:f4e3:2fac:859f:9fbb and is not seen or used anywhere else than this testing forum. Yes, it looks like IPv6, but it actually is not.

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VVVVVV / MOVED: [WIP] Ved - The External VVVVVV Editor
« on: March 17, 2016, 04:33:19 PM »

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Anonymous posting / Important
« on: September 19, 2015, 04:58:20 PM »
One last time:

I didn't intend for this to become a spam/nonsense board. Consider this board to be General Discussion, not Nonsense.

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Anonymous posting / Anonymous posting
« on: September 19, 2015, 09:11:42 AM »
Ok, so I am testing this out, and it seems like opening posts cannot be anonymous.

This board is experimental. Here, you can make posts without your username showing up.

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Ved / Ved - The External VVVVVV Editor
« on: July 30, 2015, 06:43:26 PM »
Ved

Ved is an external editor for VVVVVV levels!

Features (subject to change):
  • New tools, such as a 7x7 brush, a 9x9 brush, etc, and brushes that cover the entire width or height of a room
  • An undo/redo feature
  • Add spikes to a wall/platform in one click
  • View a map of the entire level in one click, ability to save the map as an image
  • The ability to copy and move rooms, even between different levels
  • Syntax highlighting and basic error reporting in the script editor
  • Level notepad in which you can keep notes, changelogs, ideas and more
  • Search feature for scripts, room names and level notes
  • Plugins feature that allows you to change Ved in almost any way
  • Copying and pasting text
  • Being able to see which flags have been used in the level, and which have not
  • Giving flags names that can be used directly in scripts
  • A simple button that allows you to write an entire script in internal scripting
  • Being able to check if any limits have been reached, like the 500 scripts limit and the limit of 20 trinkets in a level
  • A built-in help feature
  • The ability to compare differences between two versions of a level (or two different levels if you want)
  • Works directly with VVVVVV's level folder, so no need to move levels around. Also supports custom tileset images!
  • Multi-platform

Screenshots
These screenshots are pretty old, new ones coming soon!

The (less early) editor interface

Old image for reference


Horizontal fill tool


Spike tool


Viewing the map of a level


The (early) script editor


The same script again, this time in internal scripting


Changing internal entity properties


Viewing the built-in help



Get the latest version here: https://tolp.nl/ved/download
Also, feel free to make any feature requests or report any bugs here, or on the Idea Informer!

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General Discussion / MOVED: Hell.exe.vvvvvv
« on: June 4, 2015, 03:44:05 AM »

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General Discussion / tMO
« on: January 31, 2015, 11:47:54 AM »
Inspired by this blog post by Terry back in 2007, I decided to start a side-forum that implements these ideas to see it in action, because it was never actually done before. It's mostly for fun, but let's see how good/bad of an idea this is. :P

Have fun!

Note: accounts aren't linked between this forum and that one, so if you want to log in you need to create a separate account.

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VVVVVV / Mobile version
« on: June 12, 2014, 04:56:25 AM »
Who else has already bought the iOS version of the game? :)

Let's start by discussing what type of control everyone likes best. Personally I switch between D-pad and swipe occasionally, the swipe option takes getting used to, the D-pad feels like something I'm used to even though I sometimes accidentally press the left button when I mean to press the right button. I also died a couple of times in Veni Vidi Vici with D-pad controls, and then did it in one go with swipe controls. But I'm still not fully adjusted to swipe controls, I guess it depends on which challenge you're facing.

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Nonsense / Auto-pruning of Nonsense
« on: April 20, 2014, 11:32:09 AM »
In this board, topics are automatically removed when they haven't had any posts in 30 days.

Topics will not immediately be deleted permanently, they will be moved to the recycle bin where I then either delete them permanently, or move them to my archive if it's kind of noteworthy/a bit important or useful or something. So if you notice a topic was deleted and want it back, it's worth asking in this topic.

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In about a week, I'll enable auto-pruning for the nonsense board, to save database space. That means topics with no activity in a certain amount of days will automatically be deleted every day.

I've been thinking about what the period of inactivity should be before topics are pruned, so what do you think?

Some more details: Topics will not immediately be deleted permanently, they will be moved to the recycle bin where I then either delete them permanently, or move them to my archive if it's kind of noteworthy/a bit important or useful or something. So if you notice a topic was deleted and want it back, it's worth asking.

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Forum Games / Don't forget to change the subject
« on: March 21, 2014, 09:38:15 AM »
A simple forum game: Discuss about anything, but don't forget to change the subject of your post!

Note: I mean the title that will automatically be "Re: Don't forget to change the subject"

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