Just out of curiousity, does AGI Studio even work with Windows 2000? I just replaced Win98 with Win2000 and AGI Studio refuses to save new logics correctly (I get an error while saving "failed to save") and when I try turning the logic into a text file and importing it into AGI Studio it imports but will not open (something about "text past end of file"?).|
I've tried everything I can think of, and I'm coming to the conclusion that the last version released by Peter Kelly (1.30 I believe) will not run under NT/2000. Does Nailhead's new version solve any of these problems? Or am I just going to have to put Windows 98 back on my computer? I'd really hate having 2 MICROSOFT OS's on my computer (not only is that REALLY redundant, but incredibly space hogging)
Thanks for any help.
|AGI1122||Yes Nailhead's version does solve these problems.|
Perhaps we should make a concentrated effort to only distribute Nailhead's AGI Studio from our websites. While the older AGI Studio is a "classic", it's probably preventing a lot of people starting out to make their own game in the newer OS's|
|AGI1122||I know my site has it already, I don't think I have seen it at any other sites yet though. I am going to put up the latest version at my site once he gets those bugs out that we found.|