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I wasn't able to get the windows version of the SVN level editor as linked at [http://supertux.lethargik.org/wiki/Download/Installation] to work, as it will not accept the provided directory defaults - I think it may be due to the dos directory convention of using "\" instead of "/"  ? (my windows pc is out of action at the moment but it appeared to say something to the effect of "cannot find E:\SuperTux\/whatever") -R A
 
I wasn't able to get the windows version of the SVN level editor as linked at [http://supertux.lethargik.org/wiki/Download/Installation] to work, as it will not accept the provided directory defaults - I think it may be due to the dos directory convention of using "\" instead of "/"  ? (my windows pc is out of action at the moment but it appeared to say something to the effect of "cannot find E:\SuperTux\/whatever") -R A
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:The full error message is needed for us to help you. It worked for me last time I tested on windows. And as far as I remember the editor converts \ to / and vice versa as needed. Anyway please use the [http://supertux.lethargik.org/bugs/ bug tracker] for bugs. It should not go on the editor faq talk page. --[[User:AnMaster|AnMaster]] 07:29, 19 January 2007 (PST)

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Hi. I don't want to be a pain, so I apologize if this is stupid. How do you place the checkpoint or midpoint of a level?

I assume you mean a reset point (that is a point that if you die at you will start again at it). Place a "Reset Point" object where you want it. Can be found in the object list just below the bad guys.
Note that this FAQ is for the SuperTux-sharp editor for SVN and not for the editor built into SuperTux 0.1.2/0.1.3. If you are using the 0.1.3 built in editor: you can't place a reset point, use flexlay instead or edit the file by hand.
--AnMaster 16:03, 24 Oct 2006 (CEST)

I wasn't able to get the windows version of the SVN level editor as linked at [1] to work, as it will not accept the provided directory defaults - I think it may be due to the dos directory convention of using "\" instead of "/"  ? (my windows pc is out of action at the moment but it appeared to say something to the effect of "cannot find E:\SuperTux\/whatever") -R A

The full error message is needed for us to help you. It worked for me last time I tested on windows. And as far as I remember the editor converts \ to / and vice versa as needed. Anyway please use the bug tracker for bugs. It should not go on the editor faq talk page. --AnMaster 07:29, 19 January 2007 (PST)