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Offline chaz58

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DLTCEP - Surely everything can't be read only!?
« on: April 11, 2004, 10:15:27 AM »
I'm sure i'm doing something incredibly stupid, but i just can't get DLTCEP to work properly (it's my first time  :-[ ).

Every time i attempt to save anything i get the error:

Warning
You opened it read only!

This happens even if i don't open anything, just make a new .cre, .itm etc, attempt to save it and this error occurs!?

I don't get it...  ???

Edit:
This question may be answered in igi's DLTCEP guide, but i don't know since TeamBG is down and i can't look at it. Just to prevent people from pointing this out to me.  ;)
« Last Edit: April 11, 2004, 10:19:46 AM by chaz58 »

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Re: DLTCEP - Surely everything can't be read only!?
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2004, 10:24:31 AM »
Well you got it working which is better than most, who just give up at the first hurdle. DLTCEP has the option to open everything read-only, to turn it off follow these steps:

Settings -> Change Settings -> (Profile Name) -> You should now be in the current settings screen. On the right, about half way down is a Global Preferences section. Uncheck the read-only box.
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Re: DLTCEP - Surely everything can't be read only!?
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2004, 10:32:47 AM »
Ah, thanks very much, really appreciate it.  :)

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Well you got it working which is better than most, who just give up at the first hurdle.

Heh, it's taken me a while to make this step, i've been stubbornly using IEEP and Creature Maker for quite some time, but many irritating errors/lacking features mean i've made the switch.  ;D

 

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