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Latest revision as of 11:26, 26 November 2010


Great howto, i follow it and i had no problem to create a new level compatible 100% with xmoto. Only one thing lacks. a minor detail about if you want to update your old levels.

Inkscape can't re-open .lvl files, so if you will need to open it again later for change something, you must save a copy of your level file in other format than .lvl, for example, .svg.

Maybe it would be great if this howto warning you about it before you have to learn it loosing some time re-building your first level when you want to update it. --Trullo 20:58, 9 September 2006 (CEST)


Yep, i'll add it to the howto. Inkscape warns you when you close it after saving .lvl. It says that the .lvl format is lossy.