Script Server + Manager

  • mecha-man
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink

    Am I allowed to combine/modify/improve the element scripts already there then upload to the server?

  • jacob1
    October 2014 Developer 0 Permalink
    @mecha-man (View Post)
    not sure if combining other people's scripts is a good idea ...

    But you can always try improving them (might be nice to tell the author) and see what happens. I only fix the most obvious errors before approving scripts. If you want to do something to tptmp or the script manager itself (both on the server), use github instead. They are both open source and on there.

    I'd be fine if anyone tried to update mine, and maybe give a proper description to this :P. All 4 of my scripts are in need of some minor updating.
  • mecha-man
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink

    Oh well I guess I'll just keep them saved localy.

    You should also make it so the Lua button moves when in old mode in your mod. (I use it because it looks cleaner and I use shortcuts mostly anyways.)

  • jacob1
    October 2014 Developer 0 Permalink
    Yeah, i'm sure i'll do that now (especially if I put the script manager in my mod like tptmp)
  • boxmein
    October 2014 Moderator 0 Permalink
    Here's a teaser image!

    Still working on the page, however. It's got a few nasties I have to fix before it becomes canon.
  • CeeJayBee
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink
    @boxmein (View Post)
    You really like that monospaced font, don't you.
  • FeynmanLogomaker
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink

    You might want to use a different font for the script server logo, right now it looks like you're advertising ice cream.

    Besides that, it's a great design!

  • QuentinADay
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink

    @boxmein (View Post)

     I like the look of it... remindes me of the theme of Sublime Text

  • boxmein
    October 2014 Moderator 0 Permalink
    @FeynmanLogomaker (View Post)
    No, not really. I like this font, deal with it!

    @CeeJayBee (View Post)
    It's literally the default fixed-width font your system provides. For mine, it's probably Courier New. I like it being fixed width, and I'm not gonna slap random fonts around the place - sans-serif looked kind of awkward anyway.
  • CeeJayBee
    October 2014 Member 0 Permalink
    @boxmein (View Post)
    I do like it. Gives it a cold, machined feel. :P