LevelLister

Rating
7.1
Reviews:
9
Downloads:
576
Date uploaded:
25 Jul 2002 at 06:00 (Minor update on 25 Jul 2002)

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Author
_TK_ (More uploads by _TK_)
Type
Utility
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100%
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LevelLister.exe 352.50 kB 25 Jul 2002

Description

You can show/hide levels in Home cooked levels with this prog. You don\‘t need to know the level password.

Works with both 1.23 and 1.24.

New, improved version. Includes readme and feature to (de)list multiple files at once using a checklistbox.

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 7.1

Review by Strato

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Bee Boy Swarm (42 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings38 Featured reviews1 Average helpfulness57%
Rating
N/A

Hmmmm, you shouldn’t upload things like that on J20.

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Review by Link

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (12 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings12 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0
Rating
5.2

I like the idea of this, but it hasn’t been carried out in a very good fashion. There are no instructions, and the interface isn’t very easy to understand. The point of this program (I think) is to select specific levels to hide in ones home-cooked levels list.

Basically the user selects specific levels, one at a time, using a file open dialog, and then checks a box if they want to hide it in the home-cooked levels list. Then the user must click “Apply”, and then the user must click “OK” to a “Ready” message box. For people who have 1000+ levels in their JJ2 folder, this is way to bulky and annoying to use.

This program would be much better if you could view a list of your existing home-cooked level list, and then select levels to show in it, not select levels to hide. The common dialog shouldn’t be used, and instead there should be a listbox with checkmarks, or some other way of selecting more than one level at a time.

I don’t think that very much work was put into this program (relatively), and I think that TK, you could spend a bit more time on this to make it a wonderful program for everyone.

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Review by Jman

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (24 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings24 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
5.2

I think I will go with Link…man….I didn’t like it that well….it be wonderful but……well….nm…..Cya….good though…=P PEACE OUT!

-Jman ><M

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Review by American

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
I might as well work here (708 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings577 Featured reviews5 Average helpfulness85%
Rating
5.7

This drove me insane. Having 3,000+ levels is more of a curse than anything >=(

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Review by n0

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (18 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings18 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness60%
Rating
8.7

Whee! Great idea TK
The layout coulda been better, tho.
You shoulda had a box in the program that showed all the levels, so you didn’t havta click tha browse button, and you coulda selected more than one at a time.

`N0

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Review by BlackRabite

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Turtle Goon (81 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings81 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness21%
Rating
9.0

Yes! I don’t need to delete my levels! Perfect idea!

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Review by Br>Spazy12

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Frog (19 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings19 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
N/A

Why The Program Don’t Work? The Password Still On The Level,
Can Some Budy HELP ME????????(Pleaszz?????)

(Do not give 1 ratings just because something does not work, even though this actually does, though not for the purposes you seem to believe incorrectly it is supposed to. In addition, I would recommend actually reading the level upload, as what I believe to be most J2O levels are not password removers. I have no idea where you got the idea that this removes passwords, but J2O is not the place for such a program, anyway. -Trafton)[This review has been edited by Trafton AT]

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Review by Stilettø

Posted:
Posted more than 18 years ago
Spaz Slackrabbit (181 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings181 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness30%
Rating
6.0

LoL it isnt a Password Remover

It Shows/Hide your level in Homecooked list

Nice Program easy to figure out(for me :P)altrough it would be handy that you could select more levels then only 1

Download Recommedation,

(Stilettø:Rating edit)[This review has been edited by Stilettø]

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RecommendedReview by badger

Posted:
29 Oct 2004, 14:13
CTF Bug (1 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings1 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness0%
Rating
10

excellant! no more suffering at the hands of levels i have to use captain cook to play in the rare event that it cannot load the level in question.

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