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Programmer16

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Well, I'm really REALLY glad that Raymond has me doing the sheet editor. I had originally thought that C# looked wierd (with the way that you manually set up a Windows application and such), but it SO much easier than using Win32 (especially graphics.)

I've updated my Script example, now it have 2 new buttons:
Add Run()
Add Speak()

These each open a form of their own (actually, they don't need to, but I did it just for the example.)

You fill in the information and click the X, Add, or hit enter.

The only thing I couldn't figure out was if there was a different way for my main Form to recieve the information (at the moment I am storing the info in public variables that the old form accesses.)

I'm worked all night on learning the graphics system and found out that it was pretty much a waste. I mean, it'll be helpful later on, I'm just not sure if I'll actually use it in this project.

The frames of the sprite are loaded into an imagelist, which is attached to my listview and thats about as far as I've gotten. I'm trying to figure out how I can rearrange the list items by dragging them. Anybody know?
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