This is the Windows app named Empire At War Units Editor whose latest release can be downloaded as UnitsEditor.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Empire At War Units Editor
This is a Units Editor for Empire At War which will make things easy. It was originally created for RAWEdit by Meister Reporter to automate some things of the Modding process.
- Loading SpaceUnits from XML
- Editing Hardpoints of a SpaceUnit
- Exporting Hardpoints to a file
- Avarage damage calculation of all Hardpoints in one Unit
- Insert tag content in a certain Hardpoint range
- Autogenerated Hardpoints
- Exporting Units into a XML File
- For a selected Projectile of a Hardpoint the Editor will automatically choose a Tooltip Text and Fire Sound defined in two text Files (Examples can be found in the Wiki)
- The Editor warns the user about errors, game limitations etc. (not all errors can be detected, because of the bad game documentation)
- Text, Descriptions and Class Names can be viewed and edited inside the Units Editor
- The Unit icon can be viewed and replaced/added inside the Units Editor
- Adding and Editing Text (.DAT) Files directly in the Editor
- Adding Unit Image (.MTD) Files directly in the Editor
- Automatically insert SFX names and Tooltip Descriptions into the Hardpoint
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