Kierham 2020-10-24 19:14
I normally use iOS to code because of this glitch. Whenever I use a tool (Character Designer, Sound Composer, BG Designer) then go back to the .nx file in notepad, all the code is put into a single line. It's also impossible for me to show you a screenshot because it is too big, or too small. Please fix these 2 problems.
Timo 2020-10-24 20:28
This is because it saves the text file in Mac/Linux format. Windows uses a different code for new lines.
But you can use other tools on Windows, which support all codes. You can try Notepad++ for example. It's free.
Kierham 2020-10-24 20:55
Kierham 2020-10-24 21:10
I am using notepad, and Timo already solved my problem.
GAMELEGEND 2020-10-24 21:15 (Edited)
yeah I know, I dont know why I typed that
but the thing I dont understand is when you use a tool notepad puts it on one line
but for me it looks like its supposed to
Timo 2020-10-24 22:03
LowRes NX can read both “new line” codes (mac and windows), but only writes the mac code when saving.
So if you open the file on a simple Windows text editor, it will not understand the “new line” code and it shows everything in one line.
Notepad++ and other more professional text editors understand both codes.
nathanielbabiak 2020-10-25 01:10
Within Notepad++, you can use the menu toolbar, Edit --> EOL Conversion --> Windows (CR LF). Just do that after you use any of the LowRes NX tools, and it'll give you the line breaks you need.
G-9 2020-10-25 18:59
Don’t worry, its the same for all Windows users ;)