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loopernow

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I was able to get PS4 controllers to work with this game by running DS4Windows, which is free. Make sure to download the new version by ryochan7 here, not the original version (the original version did not work for me on Windows 10 and hasn't been updated in a long time).

DS4Windows makes Windows think you have Xbox controllers connected, not PS4 controllers.

Gotcha!

Is this really only for MacOS? Is Apocalich_v1.1.3.zip the Windows file?

Thanks for your reply! I'm not actually using Tee-Wee, but VS Code. That said, I was able to ask in the Twine discord and found out that there's a command line option for Tweego (the command line twee file compiler) that is "-t" (for "test") and that worked!

Your comment, even though it's specific to Tee-Wee, got me on the hunt for being able to use something other than Twine itself to see the debugging Backstage sidebar when testing my Chapbook game, so thanks again...

Randomly came across your comment. I'm writing a story in the Chapbook format and would prefer to do so in a text editor but didn't know Backstage was an option in that case. Is it possible as you seem to say here? Can you please explain how? I'm able to compile and build from twee files using VS Code, but I would love to know how to add the Backstage feature. Currently I'm using Twine even though I prefer a text editor, because Twine has the Test button/Backstage.

Thanks for your reply. I'm not a coder but I'm putting this here because it does seem relevant to your idea. It's "[a] library to store and restore window sizes and positions for your Electron app": GitHub - mawie81/electron-window-state: A library to store and restore window sizes and positions for your Electron app

Hi, I'm not a programmer so I don't know if this is difficult or not (probably so), but it would be really sweet if Left could move lines up and down, and cut, copy, and delete lines, with keyboard shortcuts...like Notepad2 or Notepad++ and such.

For example, on Notepad2 the foregoing is Ctrl-Shift-Up/Down, Ctrl-Shift-X, Ctrl-Shift-C, and Ctrl-Shift-D.

Left has a really interesting feature set. :)

Nice; thanks for the info!

The walking upgrades sound awesome, as well as the resolution upgrade. I'm sortof newish to itch--how do I tell if a new build is available? I assume this means a new build with these changes is available? I bought/installed Shivering Hearts a month or two back and have not completed it yet, so these updates will be nice to see! 

Thank you!!! :)

Sweet! I am queuing this up in my Watch Later playlist right now. I watched your first Devlog for the 2nd time last night, with my son. I really enjoyed your talking about other games in that Devlog--not least because of the analysis, and also because although I've heard lots of praise about many of them, I've never played them, and there was one I hadn't heard of too. Do you think you will make a Devlog or a blog post about how you accomplished what you did in RPGMaker? Or could you point to where how you learned how to do it? I *love* the look--the effect--of the hand-painted graphics and I would like to try my hand at the same thing honestly.

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Neat software. One issue that really prevents me from considering using it on a day to day basis is that it doesn't remember the last window size. If you resize Left and close it, and then reopen it, it doesn't remember that you resized it. Could this be updated?