BossShopPro Editor 0.3

Standalone web tool that allows the easy creation of powerful shops and menus.

  1. sklm
    sklm
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    Is there any source code?

    I want to translate it into Chinese.Is there any source code?

    I want to translate it into Chinese.
  2. Wumfie
    Wumfie
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    Once you get used to the new UI, you soon realise it is SOO much better. Far more responsive, fast and the editing system is always consistent and snappy. Very pleased.
  3. pinkpig
    pinkpig
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    It's really difficult to learn and personally I was a much bigger fan of the 1.12 and below version. However, I am realizing this one's qualities and once you get used to it, you can get work even faster than with the last tool.

    Great and I definitely recommend! Just be sure you're willing to spend a 1+ hours or so figuring it out (depending how experienced you are with plugins, GUIs, etc).
  4. TemperFire
    TemperFire
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    A really great upgrade to the previous editor!
    It is a bit of an adjustment to what you are use to in the old java program, but it's not hard to figure out. Really looking forward to future updates on this!
  5. Instantout
    Instantout
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    I give this 5 stars, yes it's a startup and yes it seems like more features need to be added but what makes this great
    is 1: No more needing to wait for updates when it can be updated on the fly
    2: no more needing to download, since its on the web.
    3: no more having to do crazy stuff by hand.
    4: the style is more modern.
    I love the Blackixx plugins and what he creates because i know it's going to be good quality and the ideas that people give will be thought about before they are added.
    yes some updates might take a while, but you know its going to be good.
    not saying this because i'm a fan. Compared to most developers i have seen. Blackixx is top rated but people don't recognize what a good developer is. only on how a plugin's Overview should look like.