zapS has released two incredibly obvious, and equally useful, utilities, the TSF to 1.23 J2L/J2T converters. These easy-to-use programs take levels and tilesets that have been unnecessarily saved or compiled in the TSF JCS and (assuming they or their tilesets are small enough) convert them to 1.23-compatible files. Unless someone specifically uses more than 1023 tiles in their level or tileset — and there are what, twenty tilesets in existence taking actual advantage of the TSF tile limit? — you need never again complain about things being saved in TSF. Obviously you should have bought TSF yourself long ago, but if you didn’t, now you can play things made by people who did! And if you did, now you can release your works to maximum enjoyment.
Shrunken Jazz, Subsurfacia, Hustar… bring them on, JCS Users! And Chandie had better get a whole new set of fans.
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Eat your lima beans, Johnny.