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This must’ve been asked before, but I didn’t find it here on this forum. How can one expand or create another tool to add to the Tools menu? Just being able to modify the Engine Designer would be helpful.

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Hi brainflakes, welcome to the forums.

There is no way to add tools or otherwise modify the behaviour of FMOD Designer. If you would like us to add a particular tool or have ideas of how we could improve our current tools, please let us know.

-Pete

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[quote="peter":6vt0gqpq]
There is no way to add tools or otherwise modify the behaviour of FMOD Designer. If you would like us to add a particular tool or have ideas of how we could improve our current tools, please let us know.
-Pete[/quote:6vt0gqpq]

Hi Pete,

Well… that’s a bummer :-(

It would be nice to have a way to add parameters and algorithms just like the Engine Designer so that one could add additional options. Even to be able to change the "load" algorithm would be nice.

Otherwise, we have to create our own tool since we will need more parameters. Sure, would be nice to hook it into FMOD Designer.

thanks!

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Do you know what parameters will you be adding? Are they application specific or an general extension of the current system?

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[quote="peter":133yl05g]Do you know what parameters will you be adding? Are they application specific or an general extension of the current system?[/quote:133yl05g]

Generic:
I would think people would love to have the ability to perform simple parameter updates with a slider – assigning a parm to a slider rather than pushing the line around.
Having the ability to write a script to dynamically set other variables depending on the actions of parameters (like your engine designer).

Specific:
As for the car engine: the ability to set other vehicle dynamics (like throttle, torque) and how other car variables interact (like turbos or the drag that occurs on engines when driving on different surfaces). I think most of this can be done with your model, but not everything.

A way to create generic scripts that are affected by parameter settings would be very helpful.

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