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[Tool] Dialog Template for use with the dlG3 Dialog Editor .81

A template for use with the dlG3 Dialog Editor

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    NOTE: For use with this tool.

    Dialog Template Instructions

    New Dialogs -

    Load it up and make your dialog. When you are done use the "Save As" button and put in whatever you want to name your dialog file. The editor usually saves them in the folder that the editor is in, but once for some reason it saved it on level up. Before you use the dlg file you created, open it in Notepad and delete everything after the last line of dialog you wrote.

    Editing Existing dlg Files -

    To edit existing dlg files, open the file and the dialog template in Notepad. Copy everything in the dialog template from line 32762 to the end, and paste it into the existing dlg file you want to edit. Save the file and close. Now you should be able to edit the dlg file using the dlG3editor. When you are done, open the file in Notepad again and delete the lines you pasted in previously.


    I'm am not sure if you really need to delete the lines after creating a new dlg file or editing an existing one. The tests I have run seem to indicate that it is not necessary, but I did not test every dialog file. You can leave them in if you want, but it may end up displaying those lines in the game.
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