There is a program called AdventureMaker (AM) It is located here: [url removed, login to view] PLEASE DO NOT DISCUSS THIS PROJECT on the forums found on the above website. I need someone who is good at creating good readable english documentation. Now AM has several files that make up a complete project. They are all ASCII plain-text files. I need to know what each and every line in every project file means (excluding all known formats and binary files). Example files include all those then have extensions like: .FME, .FM1, .FM2, .DRG and the like. There certain files that don't have an extension, such as all those in the "config" sub folder / directory. I will need these documented as well. Below is an example of the file format: "Example" "C:\SomeDirectory" "The Closed Door" 2 "Intro Movie" "" 640 480 "" "" "" 1 "" "" "" "Green Marble" "" "" #FALSE# #FALSE# #FALSE# 1 "" "" 10 10 #TRUE# #TRUE# #TRUE# #TRUE# #TRUE# #TRUE# "" "[url removed, login to view]" 0 "" "" "DEFAULT" "" "" #FALSE# "" #FALSE# #TRUE# #FALSE# #FALSE# #FALSE# For each line in this example you would need to do the following... 1) Describe the purpose of the individual line (why is it there ?) 2) Describe what part of the program's user's interface is responsible (gets used) for writing to that line ? 3) Describe what are most if not all the possible values that can be present on the line in question? I will use this information to create a conversion software that will take an AM project and transform it into another format that my program can use. You need not ask or know anything about "my program". I will not be outsourcing for creation of the conversion program as I insist on doing this myself.
A WordPad (.DOC or .RTF) compatible document. NO MS WORD. If you would like you can also convert it to PDF.