IMVU Program - Trigger List Maker v3 [Updated!] 69 posts

OP Wed Jul 17, 2013 2:42 am
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Are you a developer or somebody who works with products that contains lots of triggers? Do you hate manually typing out the triggers for use on your product pages or don't know what the triggers are? If so, I have the tool just for you.

Introducing the IMVU TLM (Trigger List Maker)! The IMVU TLM will automatically make a list of triggers from your product file(s). Simply point it at a folder where your product file is located and if it finds some triggers, it will make a list of them in a txt file for you.

Program Interface:
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Example Output:
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Example List:
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IMVU TLM is currently on v2.0. If you have any suggestions or find a bug, please send me a private message or leave a post in this thread.


New in v2.0
Trigger lists are now named "IMVU Triggers for product [PRODUCT NAME HERE].txt"
CHKN files only appear once on the UI list
The number of triggers found for each product is now listed on the UI list
Double-clicking the output file name on the list will now open the file in your default text editor
The UI list now has color separation to easily and quickly spot separate CHKN files
Added recently loaded folders to the drop down menu
Misc internal code improvements



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Wed Jul 17, 2013 4:31 am
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Thanks for this, It's funny the things people don't think about but you come up with.
OP Wed Jul 17, 2013 4:43 am
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//.Spring wrote:
Thanks for this, It's funny the things people don't think about but you come up with.


It was Don Von's idea, I just coded it up. He had some good ideas for a few tools. I'll probably be releasing some more soon.
Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:45 am
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Saved my life today. I made a product with so many triggers that opening the actions tab froze the client. This was able to get all of the trigger words for me though.
Wed Jul 17, 2013 9:06 am
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Thank you for this
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Johnny wrote:
Thank you for this


You're welcome.

I'm thinking about replacing the ui with something a bit more organized and easy to sort through. Maybe a treeview. Gonna look into it and see if I can make it the way I want.
Wed Jul 17, 2013 9:28 pm
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Very awesome. Thanks!
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TylerG4HQ wrote:
Very awesome. Thanks!


You're welcome!
Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:59 pm
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Awesome! Besides the reasons everyone mentioned, I even get inboxed with people asking me trigs for rooms I haven't used in months. Since we're talking triggers, is more incriminating to have a trigger word like "suck" vs "sk1" or something?
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ceewil wrote:
Awesome! Besides the reasons everyone mentioned, I even get inboxed with people asking me trigs for rooms I haven't used in months. Since we're talking triggers, is more incriminating to have a trigger word like "suck" vs "sk1" or something?


In terms of UFI products, yeah, obvious triggers could be a bad thing. I am not sure if CS bothers to look at them but I would imagine they do. Aside from that, people who rip said products or deal with ufi products in general can easily spot a ufi product based on triggers alone.

So to sum it up: If you're trying to pass a ufi product through PR with triggers, use non descriptive/less obvious triggers. It could help.

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