why do you continue to update and perform Temporal Flux,if there are few manuals...?
I have a limited amount of time to work on Chrono Trigger editing. I can either write manuals or further enhance the editor. I always choose the latter. I leave it up to others to write manuals (all existing Flux manuals were written by someone else).
I strive to make the interface user friendly, but at least some of the onus is on the user to raise their level of understanding. It is not a tool for first time hackers.
After a C&D Temporal Flux has been discontinued AFAIK.
I never received a C&D. I would ignore one if I did, since nothing my program does is illegal or infringing. The next release will have a copyright screen pointing this out.
The reason Flux has not been updated in two years is largely because of the following reasons.
- I no longer have a beta team. This makes everything much, much slower.
- I have had major server problems that have still not been fully resolved. While I can technically code without the server, its not something I care to do.
- The approach to projects has been radically altered requiring major internal rewrites. This is a natural consequence of the changes made for the TFPA in the last version. I expect this will be the last major rewrite and the first version of the code I feel is useful, thorough, and generalized enough to show others.