Plug In

Game Scripting Plugin

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Game Scripting Plugin

This plugin adds base classes to your project which can be used to create logic based scripts.

Tiled Plugin

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Tiled Plugin

This plugin provides full integration with Tiled TMX files. With this plugin, Glue projects can load TMX files natively. To use this plugin:

1. Install the plugin in Glue
2. Create a .tmx file

Gum Plugin for Glue

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Gum Plugin for Glue

This plugin provides integration for the Gum UI tool. The home page for Gum is:
http://gum.codeplex.com

For information on using the Glue plugin, see this page:

Glue Content Security Plugin

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Glue Content Security Plugin

This plugin allows you to prevent users from tampering with selected content files. If any files have been modified by end users your project will be made aware of it.

Level Editor

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Level Editor

This plug-in is an extension of GlueView. It allows you to select and move entities using your mouse.

TortoiseSVN Glue Plugin

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TortoiseSVN Glue Plugin

The Tortoise SVN Plugin allows updating and committing your project through Tortoise SVN directly through a menu option in Glue. This is more convenient than having to search for the project folder through Windows Explorer.

Particle Editor Plugin for Glue

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Particle Editor Plugin for Glue

This plugin enables editing .emix files right in glue. Note: This plugin does not add a visual editor to Glue. Instead it simply modifies the .emix file.

Advanced State Interpolation Plugin

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Advanced State Interpolation Plugin

The Advanced State Interpolation Plugin provides overrides to the InterpolateTo method which allows you to perform a number of different interpolations.

CSV Editor Plugin for Glue

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CSV Editor Plugin for Glue

See GlueVault for latest version of plugin.

Glue plugin that allows editing CSVs right inside Glue. Features includes:

* Ability to search through cells in the CSV

Glue Compiler

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Glue Compiler

Glue compiler lets you compile and run your FlatRedBall game and run it right from Glue. This means that artists, designers, or any other person utilizig Glue does not need to have Visual Studio open in order to test their changes.

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