Problem with new update

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Problem with new update

Postby 1Tap » Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:52 pm

Hi,

So recently I've just downloaded newest update and cannot read scripts placed in [scripts] catalog. Just few lines are readable and then goes // [.code.] and random characters. In 1.57 I could go through procedures, functions etc. Is it intentional [url=https://9apps.ooo/download/][color=black]9apps[/color][/url]
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Thanks.
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Re: Problem with new update

Postby TeraByte Support » Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:56 pm

Hello,

It's been that way for a while, had to do that because other companies were
stealing our technology instead of the community contributing to it.

"1Tap" wrote in message news:17420@public.tbosdt...

Hi,

So recently I've just downloaded newest update and cannot read scripts
placed in [scripts] catalog. Just few lines are readable and then goes //
[.code.] and random characters. In 1.57 I could go through procedures,
functions etc. Is it intentional?

Thanks.

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Re: Problem with new update

Postby Eric » Thu Aug 01, 2019 9:14 am

Just the utility.inc and sample.tbs are readable. There purpose is to help people to create there own scripts.
You can use the utility.inc as include program, so directly use the fonctions there.
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Re: Problem with new update

Postby tas3086 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:13 am

It sure was nice to look at your old code and see how some of the functions were used to do unique things. I wish your script documentation had a little more examples to help us understand some of the operations and show results.
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