FUEL: REFUELED is an enhancement modification for the game FUEL, which brings multiple bug-fixes, improvements and the addition of various new content.

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Configurator [Rev.2]
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Hell_Diguner Mar 4 2013 says:

Maybe add a buttons to
(1) apply changes
(2) exit
(3) exit and launch free ride extreme and color palette editors
(4) exit and launch FUEL
(4.1) command line text box for use with (5) , because I always run FUEL in windowed mode

Maybe integrate all three tools into one, using "tabs" to switch between the editors?

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Vetron Mar 6 2013 replied:

(1) - There will be a save button added.
(2) - Already covered.
(3) + (4) - The language doesn't support the launching of external applications without me having to look into writing an extension. I chose MSSB because I wanted to encourage people to maybe look at the source code and maybe make something of their own from it as its so simply written.

Tabs is something I considered, however while they're simple apps, the free ride extreme editor is already pushing past 4,000 lines of code, and to merge the race and palette editors aswell might cause slow loading times as its quite taxing for the language.

If I am to merge them then I will do it once the race editor is complete, as by far that will be the largest application of them all in terms of lines of code and resource usage.


Couple of other recent changes I've made is to re-write and re-order the formatting file to make things much for efficient to create themes with. It's been simplified down to:
Background Color
5 Font Colors (first, second, selected (green), error (red), blue)
Symbol Border and Symbol Background.

An idea I've had is to take some of the code from the vehicle color palette editor and inject it to this app so that the user would be able to adjust the UI theme for all apps. But low priority for now.

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A working version of the configurator application, I've simplified it since the previous revision which was a concept here: Moddb.com

I've used controls that I know worked from the other apps - pressing the universal left and right arrows switches the language (with flag icon), and the mode (also with visible screenshot to show the change).

There's really only a need for setting the language and program mode, basically all this program does. The alternative is to edit the config file manually which I know might not appeal to everyone. The program will default to English and GUI Mode (Basic).

Mar 4th, 2013
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