Nintendo Nitro SDK With Editing Programs !!BETTER!!
if you're looking for a more reliable way of editing pokmon trainers and scripts, this guide is what you're after. it covers ppre in great detail and goes into various tricks of editing trainers and scripts. it also covers some of the newer poketalk editors, including those made by alex.
Nintendo Nitro SDK With Editing Programs
if you have any tips, tricks or general criticisms of any of the tools listed here, please post them in the comments below. also please share how you've used any of these tools in your own hack. if you have any real problems with them or questions about their compatability with other hack software or tools, please don't hesitate to post in the forums here and i'll try to help you.
with the completion of the oric project, the vast majority of tools made by the community will no longer be able to be used. that is, unless they're ported to the nintendo ds in some way. however, many people still use these tools for editing. the end of the project will not stop the creation of custom tools so you can continue to use the tools that you know and love. that being said, all the tools in this thread can still be used.
if you're looking for a reliable way of editing trainers and scripts, then you may want to take a look at ppre. it's a great hack tool for editing trainers. it's not so great for scripts because there are certain commands that cause slowdowns when used.
if you're looking for a way to tweak some of your pokmon with ppre, this guide is what you're after. it gives you an idea of what's supported and how you can edit the data. it only covers the basics so you'll want to use an external editor and reference the data you want to change.