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July 5th, 2009, 01:44 PM
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If you want to edit a script, you want to add a dynamic offset at the top, and replace the main offsets with @something (example @start)
Then from then on you are able to change the script freely, and when you re-compile, it will find a new offset for it to insert automatically.
(If you do it the way you said, you may overwrite the script, or overwrite stuff you don't want to overwrite...)
We MUST be using different script editors. I use XSE to edit texts, and when I compile, I rarely have problems with the other stuff in the script.
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