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FPSC Classic Scripts / Help a Newb

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Bloodeath 6 6 6
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Posted: 8th Nov 2005 04:51
I dont have the cd yet so i dont have the guide. So i was wondering if someone could tell me, what kind of file to make for scripts and where to put them?

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Chronosv2
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Posted: 8th Nov 2005 15:14 Edited at: 8th Nov 2005 16:25
If you have the download version, you do have the manual. Check your start menu. Even Demo users have the guide.

And FPSC SCripts are .FPI files.
Merranvo
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Posted: 8th Nov 2005 21:28
Also rember the FPI can be opened with notepad.
(Preventing another post)

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Merranvo
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Posted: 8th Nov 2005 21:40
And 90% of all people DON'T read the manual.
(Correcting a Person Who is Seeking a Fight)

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Chronosv2
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Posted: 9th Nov 2005 00:43
Which is a shame, as the manual clears up a good 90% of the problems users are having with item details (such as script file extension, editing method and script location).
Bloodeath 6 6 6
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Posted: 9th Nov 2005 01:49
Quote: "Posted: 8th Nov 2005 17:43
Which is a shame, as the manual clears up a good 90% of the problems users are having with item details (such as script file extension, editing method and script location). "

Not exactly nice but thank yall for the help lol sorry bout my newbish question ;D

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Storm 6000
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Posted: 15th Nov 2005 14:29
he didnt mean it nasty he was just sayin the manual does have that information in if you look dont worry bout asking for help

Thanks
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Posted: 15th Nov 2005 14:47
Sorry, I realy didn't mean to sound unkind. My response is based on the fact that almost everything you need to know about FPSC is in the manual. If it's not there, I'm sure someone on the forums knows something about it. And usually people will answer the question anyway, but give a friendly point to the manual.

Again, sorry if I came across unkind.

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