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Advanced Developer Tools by Leopard20 Short description: An addon that adds completely new and revamped developer tools to the game, including a Debug Console with syntax highlighting, Config Viewer with many new features, etc. Long description: If you're a mod/mission maker, then you definitely must've used the Debug Console, the Config Viewer, as well as other in-game tools that can help you test and verify your codes and configs. But when you use those tools, the first thing that strikes you is their clunkiness and a rather user-unfriendly design. For instance, lack of syntax highlighting in Debug Console means that you'll have to actually read every single word of your code in order to make sure you haven't made a typo, etc. That's why most of us use third party code editors such as Visual Studio Code and Notepad++. But this means that you'll have to switch out of the game every time you want to write and test some code. Or let's take a look at the Config Viewer: every time you want to go one level deeper into the config, the whole config viewer must be reloaded! And if you have hundreds of mods loaded, this means you have to spend more time waiting for the Config Viewer to load than actually viewing the config! This is exactly why I made this mod: to make the Arma environment more user friendly to the mod/mission makers. So without further ado, let's take a look at the features! Screenshots: Review Video (Thanks to Instant Arma): Documentation: The documentation is available in the mod folder. You can find the online version here. ⚠ If your input method is set to anything other than English in Windows, some input related features (shortcuts, auto-completion of brackets, etc.) might be broken. I'll try to address this issue in future updates. Download: Steam Workshop Note: This is a preview release. Please provide feedback regarding the mod features, such as design, what you'd like to see, etc. Thank you! Localization: Interested in translating the mod to your language? Or maybe the translation is not good and you'd like to improve it? Please visit the localization repository on GitHub. Known issues: FAQ: Requirements: None (Arma 3 v2.06+)