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  • Script Submission Guidelines


    Dreamlicker
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    Please read the guidelines below in order to expedite the process of getting your scripts on the SDN.

     

    1. Do not use any spaces in any of the names of your folders (Including the base module name)
    2. Your script must be submitted as Java source files
    3. Source files must be located under ModuleName/src/
    4. Only include the src folder/files
    5. Thread URL is required for all scripts
    6. Scripter+ is required to release premium scripts
    7. Minimum price for premium scripts is 1.99 for both base and monthly
    8. Your first script (the one that gets you Scripter rank) must not be a trivial script. It also may not have many free duplicates on the SDN. (3-4+ depending on the script)

     

    The "module" is the folder in which your src folder resides. For example,

     

    CombatScript/src/Main.java

     

    would mean that CombatScript is the module name.

     

    I may be adding more to this as more comes to mind and feel free to let me know if I've forgotten anything.

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