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Thread: INI ++ 1.5

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    Cool! Thanks for the update.

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    Thank you, but the extension don't work anymore in build 258.2
    I cannot write anything in the ini file... before build 258.0, the extension works perfectly...

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    Thank you for the information, Pharanygitis. I will look into it in due course.

    Edit: Does the previous version of Ini++ have the same problem?

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    Hm.. I have tested it only with the latest version.. but I test again with a earlier version..

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    does this work with iOS, Android, and Flash etc..?

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    No, it's PC only...
    Want to learn Clickteam Fusion 2.5?




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    Does this work on Fusion 2.5?

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    Yes, it ought to, but it does not support Unicode strings.

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    Would it be possible to add sometime in the future, a setting which would allow a value to have a real carriage return? I know you can do the \n escape character but I would like to be able to have a true NewLine$ like this:

    [group]
    line1=this is one
    continuous line
    line2=this is the next line


    All it would need is some sort of interpreter to look at the next line for the "=" delimiter and if it's not present it would tread the new line as part of the previous string

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    Quote Originally Posted by CruddyBuddy View Post
    Would it be possible to add sometime in the future, a setting which would allow a value to have a real carriage return? I know you can do the \n escape character but I would like to be able to have a true NewLine$ like this:

    [group]
    line1=this is one
    continuous line
    line2=this is the next line


    All it would need is some sort of interpreter to look at the next line for the "=" delimiter and if it's not present it would tread the new line as part of the previous string
    Is this so the INI file looks in a particular way when users or other programs view it?

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