Thank you You are much friendlier than giraldial, no offence He is like sasuke/paul and you're naruto/ash. I will show you some of the progress thanks to you, and I will add credits if I ever try to start a hack :D
Basically, if you have new tiles inserted into the tileset (2) then you're going to have to change the blocks (1) by using the block editor (3). You can expand the number of blocks you can have in your second tileset by going to 'Blocks > Change Amount' and then entering a larger number (but be aware that a larger blockset will take up more data) if you don't want to overwrite any existing blocks.
Anyway, to transfer the tiles from the tileset to the blockset, select the block that you want to overwrite and the rectangle in the block editor should change. If you click on an 8x8 tile in the tileset and then click on the block editor you should see that it instantly changes to include that tile where you clicked it. Click save in the block editor and the block in your blockset should change.
Sorry for giving you a very short explanation, but hopefully it helps :P
Gee, Thanks! staying as a 'Beginning Trainer' is really embarrassing Could I ask you a question about Tiles? Look at this picture:
As you can see, I have labeled them 1 , 2 and 3. Whenever I try to do some tiling, I manage to get the palette and the tile into box number 2. But I have no idea how to get it to Number 1. (The picture has custom tiles because they were inserted by PokemonMasters)
Take this house for example:
I want to replace this house with it:
How can I do it without destroying other tiles? And if I can't not destroy other tiles, how do I restore them?
You can change your title by going into your User CP (There should be a link at the top of every page) and selecting 'Edit your details'. The first thing in the optional information should allow you to change that to whatever you want :)