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[TheTeam]Item.Dat Editor

Getting some stuff done, BIG UPS to HoboJoey for creating the program


What does it do?
Makes the item.dat usage of toribash more user friendly, comes with an easy to use interface and can save directly to the custom folder.

So here is the basic Instruction for the App.

1) Download it
2) Enter the Digits from Color.txt Here
3) Click create and navigate to the custom folder destination that you want it in (Save menu is Included)

Links: Color.txt Here
Program
Windows Version
Mac Version
Icon Link: Here
Last edited by Mrama; Mar 18, 2010 at 03:30 PM.
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Official minibash tester. Please email [email protected] if you have found a bug!


Wait, I don't know if I can post here but if i can't I am very sorry.
I just saw that it was in the organizations thing

Hey, im a good item.dat editor. this going to be great.
It's quite easy once you get to know the colors and parts.
May I help with this?
I bought a subscription to Wibbles so I think this quote is necessary,
"Be careful when gazing into the void, for it gazes back"
I would like to....
ummm.
I could be a....
gimme a second.....

I GOT IT.
I could help people better understand it using notepad for cases that they want to do it quick instead of opening up the program.
I bought a subscription to Wibbles so I think this quote is necessary,
"Be careful when gazing into the void, for it gazes back"
That's exactly where the application is for, you enter the force color and relax color, voila. No need to manipulate the files within a texteditor. And I know how I would use notepad, that's why I knew how to make an app like that, he?
lol dude.
I can tell all the numbers for all the colors, I just don't have Hunter/Static
I bought a subscription to Wibbles so I think this quote is necessary,
"Be careful when gazing into the void, for it gazes back"