I know about it, used it on some projects.The script above is for those I made entirely in Koda (UI design) and SciTE (UI functionality). I find it quite helpful as it gathers all required files for the compiled project and copies them to the correct locations near the executable.
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Organize and install your savegames faster than ever before.
About this project ...
I've always wanted a smart universal tool to help me install multiple savegames in a more user-friendly & one-clicky way but I couldn't find one that would work for every game out there, so I started developing it myself using AutoIt3. I've been working for quite a while on this project, so here's a fully functional preview of it, which I think will be very useful for PC gamers who want quick access to their savegames collection --- no more with the sluggish copy & paste whenever they need to install a savegame!
What it does ...
It allows you to easily organize and install your savegames collection. It's especially useful if you want to keep multiple savegames to have easy access to your favorite chapters / scenes for games that don't offer you the option to replay them. In my opinion, every game that has great story-rich, cinematic, standout or otherwise unforgettable moments should offer you the posibility to replay them once the main story / campaign is finished, not just the usual free-roaming mode --- some games do that (Life is Strange, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Limbo, The Walking Dead, Max Payne 3, Outlast ...to name a few) but sadly this is not the case for most of them. This program was made from the get-go to fix this minor inconvenient, provided you already have the savegames. It can configure and install savegames for each and every PC game you can think of --- shown in the video above, you can see how this works for quite a hefty bunch of 'Tomb Raider' savegames - 239 of them, to be precise, each with their own description and screenshot.
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