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7th January, 2005 at 02:22:39 -

i think i remember that Clickteam can't just change MMF like they want due to IMSI owning shares or something along those lines. If MMF2 is made purely by them, they can probably make it more bug free. I mean, they got it right in KnP, and TGF (dunno about CnC) .. and those didn't have anything to do with IMSI..

 
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7th January, 2005 at 05:34:41 -

I tend to make games in TGF. And then I port it to MMF for the final touches. I'm too used to the TGF/KNP interface.

 
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7th January, 2005 at 08:27:15 -

Yes, Clickteam had to use the interface tools provided by IMSI (including all the crappy import filters and stuff you see in the Corel software). In MMF2 they're using their own stuff partly taken from Jamagic so the interface will be smoother and easier to use.

 
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7th January, 2005 at 18:31:16 -

So basicly its not Clickteams fault MMF's interface is buggy, its the fact that IMSI wanted thinks there way, regardless to the fact that it was buggy. From the sound of it, because MMF2 apperently isnt using those, MMF2 should be ALOT better interface wise.

 
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16th January, 2005 at 07:05:27 -

Boo IMSI.

 
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