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New Tools Added

Some new tools have been uploaded by Klofkac. The first is an updated version of his Map and Mission Editor, it includes a variety of features (too many to mention here).

A new tool from Klofkac being uploaded here for the first time is the Tile Atribute Editor. This is a unique tool for editing TILEATR*.BIN files where tileset attributes are stored (where vehicles or infantry can or cannot pass, where you can build etc).

TileAtrEditor


Map and Mission Editor

Tile Atribute Editor

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