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Details for Interaction Editor
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File Name: Interaction Editor
Authors: TheBiob
Operating System: Windows
Platforms: SNES
Games: SMW
Source Available: Yes
Featured: No
Website: None
Description: After my (not so) recent encounter with player hitboxes I decided to make a tool out of it... yeah.

Anyway, this allows you to easily modify the player's collision points as well as sprite hitboxes.

Changing collision points in the wrong way can easily cause glitches with the player's behaviour which may or may not be immediately noticeable

While there are template and interaction files included with the tool the included template patches only modify the interaction points/sprite hitboxes. They do NOT fix any of the side effects of moving the interaction points/sprite hitboxes that may or may not appear. Use at your own risk.
Don't use this if you don't know what you're doing
Tags: collision, hitbox, player
Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 4)
Download: Download - 27.10 KiB
Software wise I usually use Visual C# 2017
Posted by: TheBiob - | Link
Also, how did you made that program?
Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link
Just in case if someone else would apply a patch that edits an area this software would modify, causing glitches

Well, that would be true if my program would modify the rom. It doesn't though.
Everything the tool does is generate tables in smw's format and put it in a template file which you can easily modify without the source code.
The only hardcoded thing in this tool is the format of the tables and changing that is pointless as you'd have to rewrite the way smw expects the table and there's really no reason I could think of that anyone would want to do that.
Posted by: TheBiob - | Link
Just in case if someone else would apply a patch that edits an area this software would modify, causing glitches. Also in case if the user has moved the restore code of the patch into another area.

Anyway, thanks.
Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link
Don't know why anyone would need it but oh well.
Posted by: TheBiob - | Link
Source code?
Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link
The included template file fixes a bug that I found in the version I gave you in the thread so you might want to try the tool's patch instead
Posted by: TheBiob - | Link

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