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DGsweeper Program info/Mac

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I know that dgsweeper is not being worked on seriously anymore, but I am hoping that someone can direct me to the most current program info for it.  If the program is a copyright by steve, the developer then nevermind this post.

 

I use a mac for dungeoneering usually and would very much like to see dgsweeper for a mac if that is at all possible.  

 

* is this the right place for this post? I apologize if it isn't. 

 

 



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I think work on it is currently on hold as Stev has a lot of other stuff going on.  I assume it's copyrighted by him but I'm not 100% sure.  I'll move this to the correct forum as well :).


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What does dgs actually do? I don't get it :(



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It helps with communication between people in the party, for one thing.  For example, it can throw up a map of the current floor on one side of your screen that continuously stays open and updates whenever someone in the party clicks the icon on the minimap, which can be useful to see where you're going.  I've never used it personally though (no offense Stev!) and done some decent times solo in the past.


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Continous map seems a bit op, especially for the short of mind :P



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That's the idea, overpowered maybe but completely legal ;).


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