I have a Game Boy Color game that someone else did all of the work on table wise, but provided me enough insight so I could start working on things I've always wanted to do: script comparisons (i.e. U.S. vs. E.U. version), checking for lines I've never seen before, correcting the script for any errors, etc. I've learned a lot and it's fun, but I'll be damned if I hit a hell of a wall.
For some reason, the game doesn't use the same characters to indicate a line break to the second line of a text box or a jump to another text box altogether. Instead, line breaks can be WT, WV, WX, WY, etc. (e.g. "Where areWXyou going?") while text box breaks can be UWU, UWV, UWW, etc. (e.g. "This is theWYend for you!UWV" -> press A and cue the next text box).
This makes it extremely difficult to clean up because a sentence with "Where?" might be preceded by text box break "UWW", thus making it read as "UWWWhere?" I don't know how to edit the table to account for that.
I also can't seem to edit three characters at a time. Trying to replace "UWW" (0E, 10, 10) with something like (BR) gets read as "(BR)W".
I hope this made sense as I'm still learning, but I definitely need assistance in trying to dump this script cleanly. Any and all advice would be appreciated!