TSF FileFinder

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10 Jul 2009 at 19:02

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This program simply moves all your tsf tilesets and levels into a new folder called “TSF-Files”.

Put this program in your Jazz2 directory and run it.

And as usual, tell me if you find any bugs.


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Quick Reviews Average: 10

RecommendedplunK rated 10.0

Perfect exeuctian, wonderful utility. I have had many problems weeding out my TSF levels this was perfect.

I apparently had 103 TSF files in my folder =o !

RecommendedCobra NF rated 10.0

this is awesume!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 9.9

RecommendedReview by SPAZ18

10 Jul 2009, 20:22
Spaz Slackrabbit (162 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings111 Featured reviews6 Average helpfulness73%


Oh, this is just such a brilliant utility. This was very useful in getting rid of the many TSF files that I have had sitting in my 1.23 folder.
This utility is extremely easy to use. To use it, all you need to do is place the exe in your 1.23 Jazz2 folder and then run it.
It will start searching for any TSF levels and tilesets that are sitting in your 1.23 folder and then move them to a seperate folder called “TSF-Files” which you can then delete if you don’t want to keep them.
The only thing I also think would be a good idea is to include the ability to search subfolders as well.

This is certainly a MUST HAVE utility if you have downloaded any files that you didn’t know were TSF into your 1.23 folder.

Overall, I’m extremely impressed with this utility and I think this deserves no less than a 10!



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RecommendedReview by sonicnathan 1

10 Jul 2009, 22:39
Spaz Slackrabbit (136 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings99 Featured reviews6 Average helpfulness70%

Another great program by Zaps

What this is
This is a very useful utility that scans for TSF files and puts them in a separate folder. It’s a great way to clean your 1.23 folder of all the Tsf crap.

Like all Zaps programs, it’s a DOS .exe so i won’t rate this part.

Ease of use
All you do is drag it into the folder you want it to scan, let it run, and everything is sorted. Look in the TSF folder it makes and everything is there. As long as you have one brain cell, you can use it.

The program only has one use, but that doesn’t mean this part won’t get a 10. What can be done with this is great as once you have all the files in a folder, I can convert them with zapS tileset and level converter. I just ran it and I don’t have any more garbage in my 1.23 folder and I’m going to convert them later. Even though it’s uses are limited, what it does works and is very useful.

I found no bugs in this program whatsoever. It’s a foolproof way to sort everything.

Final Score: 30/30
Score: 10
Rank: S
DR? This is a great program to go along with zapS level and tileset converter as everything in the 1.23 folder can get sorted and then converted easily. Download this right now and I look forward to more of Zaps programs!

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Review by Grytolle

23 Aug 2010, 09:58
Bee Boy Swarm (28 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings7 Featured reviews5 Average helpfulness73%

Works well! Does it search subsequent folders (i.e. /Cache)? If so, it’d be nice to see the filename as “\Cache\dotparadise.j2l”. That was the only tsf file I had, but I had two copies of it so I didn’t know which one to delete. I ended up deleting both.

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RecommendedReview by Ivo

11 Jul 2009, 12:38
CTF Bug (2 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings2 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness50%

I can see this program being very useful. It helps coping with the chaos in your Jazz Jakrabbit 2 directory by placing all the TSF-only files in another folder. I’d have found it more convenient had it had a prompt (or maybe a command line argument) allowing you to place the files in a directory you specified yourself. This way, you could have it place the files directly into your TSF folder.
I really like the interface, with no useless information there. It just lists the files that need moving. And then they’re moved to a new location.
I’d certainly recommend downloading this for it perfectly does what it is meant for.

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