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Old March 12, 2012, 17:36   #11
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I just pushed a win32 C/C++ tool that I think will do what you want through files.
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The above sample means move the pref file coordinates for any entry that uses a tile between the 2nd and 3rd to last tiles two tile to the right.
That's quite a mouthful. After several minutes of furiously burying my face into the palms of my hands, I figured it out. Being that is is essentially the same format I requested in this thread did help a little.

I give it a whirl very soon.
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Old March 12, 2012, 17:55   #12
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I give it a whirl very soon.
Works as expected , at least so far.

It did mess up a little, when I specified a output file that didn't exist (assuming that it would create it). It spit up something about a bad input file and then closed/crashed, but it did create an output file, it renamed the source prf file to the specified output file name. A bit scary, but no harm done.

Having the log is very reassuring.

Thanks for this!!!
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