I need inventory system with saving, it is desirable that was based drag&drop behaviour.
I don't think this belongs to the help & support section. You are basically looking for a programmer to do the work for you <img src="smileys/smiley2.gif" border="0" align="middle" />
Also, it doesn't make much sense to drop a line. There are so many different ways of implementing an inventory and noone knows to which project/style/art etc. it will be added.
You probably won't get any in-depth solutions, but at least provide more informations, maybe someone will take the chance <img src="smileys/smiley1.gif" border="0" align="middle" />
I was just looking for such tools. I thought maybe he already exists.
If not, I'll do. In case of problems, will return to this topic.
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Ah, I see. It wasn't very clear from your first post.
I remember talkings about the plan for an inventory plugin a long time ago. But to my knowledge there is no plugin or Python script. The best you can do is looking at the tutorial section. It might cover creating inventories.
> I need inventory system with saving, it is desirable that was based drag&drop behaviour.
In the Mikey Adventure tutorial Part 5 I created a simple drag and drop inventory system. You could look at that and see how much work it would take to tweak to your needs.
Thanks, but I have a inventory system with drag&drop. Now I modofy this example with ini saving(array i don't know).
The Mikey adventure tut shows tracking to array, but you could save to ini which might be easier... been so long forgot you had that drag and drop example. It is a nice technique, just add saving. :-)
>>It is a nice technique, just add saving. :-)
Yes, but I make most simple example with drag&drop behaviour. And add a INI saving, while working good))
When I finished this saving inventory example, put on public display.