Bugfix: Linking now handles multiple selection. Or should.
Getting remove from selection working.
Have you ever seen the detective movies where the guy has a bunch of index cards strung together on a corkboard with multicoloured yarn? Storytrace is something like that, but for a computer.
The interface is a bit clumsy right now, and it's still very much under development. However, it has a neat halo interface for node manipulation on the canvas that might be worth a look.
This project is still under development. However, it's not too hard to deal with:
There's a sample project (saved in %nodes.lsp) already set up. Try clicking on a node, then on one of the icons to move it around.
In addition, there's a "compiled" executable in "versions/windows" which you can copy up to the top level and run by itself (you still need Java available and it also wants the %nodes.lsp file and the %i/ directory.
Sago's comment on the Ink Scripting language:
Inform7 is very impressive as a natural language syntax. But the kinds of 'parser' based games it is best suited for have always been rather niche, because they require a certain familiarity with the form.
: https://www.choiceofgames.com/make-your-own-games/choicescri... : https://twinery.org/2/#welcome : http://undum.com/ : http://dendry.org/ : http://storynexus.com/s
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