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QT AGI Studio

QT AGI Studio, formerly known as Linux AGI Studio, is a program that allows you to view, create, and edit AGI games. AGI (Adventure Game Interpreter) is the adventure game engine used by Sierra On-Line(tm) to create some of their early games.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Aug 2003 10:11

    Release Notes: This release adds MIDI exportation of sound resources.

    •  17 May 2003 13:47

      Release Notes: This release shows line numbers in the logic editor, documents the previously unknown commands, adds support in the compiler for new AGI commands and empty blocks to make LSL1 decompilable, fixes an occasional crash with decompiled logics in the logic editor, and includes a printable picture template for drafting AGI pictures with a pencil.

      •  04 May 2003 14:04

        Release Notes: New features for logedit include AGI specification compliant syntax highlighting, AGI command detection and context sensitive help with F1, and selection of text when searching. Priority "color" display was added to picedit for easier mask editing. resources: preview for logic code was added . Support for Qt 3.1 was added. Broken comment support and broken whitespace support were fixed. The resource preview was embedded into the resource window. Some smaller usability annoyances were fixed. The project name was changed to QT AGI Studio.

        •  25 Nov 2000 18:59

          Release Notes: Bugfixes and new options (animate loops, picedit refill, picedit priority lines, logedit new room template generator, several resource lists, "save all", window list, etc.).

          •  01 Apr 2000 18:50

            Release Notes: Initial release.


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