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    Seems to be working again.
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    ffcscript.zh 1.1.1 - Updated 2014-08-19
    ghost.zh 2.8.4 - Updated 2019-07-15
    tango.zh 1.3.2 - Updated 2019-08-01

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    Here's another thing: ttftozc.zip
    It's a program that'll create tile sheets and tango.zh font definitions from PC font files (TTF, OTF, FON). Nothing too fancy, but it should work okay.
    It requires SDL2 and SDL2_ttf, which aren't included (see the readme). Also, the Mac version is untested because my dinky VM can't run it.
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    ffcscript.zh 1.1.1 - Updated 2014-08-19
    ghost.zh 2.8.4 - Updated 2019-07-15
    tango.zh 1.3.2 - Updated 2019-08-01

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    Speaking of SDL2 when are we goring to switch ZC over to that, (Yes @Saffith , I am partly joking since I know the answer)

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    Updated, and now in the database: http://www.purezc.net/index.php?page=scripts&id=247

    * Added Tango_SetMenuAutosaveDest(), which allows a menu's state to be saved automatically when a selection is made.
    * Added Tango_SetMenuFlags() and Tango_DeactivateMenu().
    * A menu can now be persistent (i.e. it won't close when a selection is made).
    * Tango_ActivateMenu() no longer takes an argument. The functionality is now handled by setting the TANGO_MENU_CAN_CANCEL flag.
    * @domenu()'s first argument is now menu flags rather than a simple "can cancel" bool.
    * Fixed an error in scrolling menus.
    * Added tangoZHChangelog.txt.
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    ffcscript.zh 1.1.1 - Updated 2014-08-19
    ghost.zh 2.8.4 - Updated 2019-07-15
    tango.zh 1.3.2 - Updated 2019-08-01

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    Updated. Not a big update, but whatever.

    • Added Tango_GetSlotX() and Tango_GetSlotY().
    • __Tango_PressAdvance() now takes an argument indicating how long the slot has been waiting. This allows the slot to advance if A or B are held for a period of time.
    • It's now possible to highlight text in alternate colors with [[double brackets]]. You can set different colors for (( )) [[ ]] << >> and {{ }}.
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    ffcscript.zh 1.1.1 - Updated 2014-08-19
    ghost.zh 2.8.4 - Updated 2019-07-15
    tango.zh 1.3.2 - Updated 2019-08-01

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