• Most people probably don't realise this, but this forum has had two editors for a number of years. One is the xenForo default editor, and the other is a custom editor I made years back I called BBCEd.

    All the settings for which editor you use was lost during the upgrade. You can find the setting under Account Settings > Preferences > Editor.

  • I've had it made known to me that for about a week now people haven't been able to finish registering or receive email notifications. I can imagine how frustrating this must have been, particulary for our newest members. Unfortunately our site owner is away at the moment and he most likely won't be able to do anything about it for another week or so. Until then, anyone who wants their account manually verified can contact me via their method of preference and I'll sort it for them myself. Thanks to everyone for their patience regarding this issue. -DoubleThink

  • Emails should hopefully be fixed, please let us know if they're working properly now.

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    Using OoB tiles in your maps

    I'm a bit out of touch with the modding communities so I can't confirm but as far as I know this is a little useful quirk that isn't too well known, and I felt like it might as well be documented in a post like this. Basically this is gonna be a post on the behavior of tilesets regarding the use...
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    CSModLauncher (BETA)

    (I've been procrastinating making this post forever so it's good I'm finally getting this out here) This is a little project of mine that is made with goal to manage mods more easy, getting rid of the need to navigate through folders, but also comes with an way to easily update your mods! Yes...
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    Cave Story But you have a map select

    Before getting your hopes up, this is technically just a CSBD. And also another low effort thing of me. The basis of this is that the Life Pot (which you will now start with, among other things) now will allow you to select a different map to go to, while keeping your x/y position. (EDIT: It...
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    vorC

    Oops I made a complete mod for once. I'm gonna skip the formalities and say that this mod has some extreme levels of low effort but it was still something I wanted to not leave unfinished. There's no special meaning behind it either so have fun coming with that for yourself. Use arrow keys to...
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    FontConfigEdit

    I actually joked about this in an earlier post, but here it is anyway: FontConfigEdit A quick C#-written console tool that edits vanilla Cave Story Config.dats to easily change the font. It's more or less to replace having to use an hex editor as all this wants you to do is to just give a font...
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    Dreams Below (First Demo)

    Dreams Below This is my third real mod, edging once more towards trying to look a bit more original. This is also my first mod that isn't monochromatic. While it isn't much yet (it's a demo, of course it isn't a lot), I hope everybody at least likes the ideas and that I haven't once again made a...
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    Color Story (V0.3.5)

    COLOR STORY (Yes I know that name sucks.) This is my first mod that isn't just a graphics change. Story Screenshots Download; Version 0.4 Version 0.3.5 Third Demo Second Demo First Demo Known issues Please let me know what you think of this.
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    Cave Story running slow on Windows 10?

    So today I upgraded to Windows to see how it's like, and I noticed that I have one major problem: Cave Story clearly runs a bit slower. I have had no problems running it on Windows 7. Does anybody know how to fix this?
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    MonoStory: Cave Story in Black and white! V1

    MONO STORY Cave Story in B&W! This is my first mod(although it's more of a mini-mod), so I hope everybody likes the idea behind this.. This mod is simply the same as the original Cave Story, but with one difference: Everything is in black and white! Everything in the mod does not have any...
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