Actually, you should never use a Unit ID different from the unit's Main ID. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure it checks for the Main ID before it does the Unit ID, and you WILL get a conflict someday, so just get used to assigning a Unit ID that is identical to that unit's Main ID. For EVERYTHING ELSE (generic human/monsters, EVTCHR only units), 0x80-0xFF are always safe to use. It's just that vanilla uses 0x80 and goes up from there.
Addendum, since it's not mentioned: IDs 0x70 to 0x7F are reserved for Ramza's party as placed by the ATTACK.OUT scenario. (This includes Ramza himself and is why Ramza mandatory is used even when the cutscene moves him instead of placing him separately in the ENTD.) Most player parties are only 5 units large so you'll usually only see 0x70 to 0x74 used, but if a player somehow has more units placed via the ATTACK.OUT they relate accordingly.
And Raven says that in ~a week he will have added squads to his program, so keep your fingers crossed. 8D
It'd be done today but I need a day or two of doing absolutely nothing. But, yes, I do know how to set up the data now and how I want the interface to work so now its just a matter of implementation. Soon(tm).
When I was using that old Config, it had been the one that came with the patch suite in the EVSP folder, though IIRC the one in the Compiler folder was the current one. Or at least less old.
The one in EasyVent Editor Super Perfect 2.0 is the one from the wiki. He would have obtained his elsewhere, presumably some old download that's not updated. I updated all links I have jurisdiction over to repoint to the 2.0 thread so either he got a download right from the Tutorial thread of a download of 1.91 from the wiki or something.
Either way, scorpiova
, use THIS TOOL
and not any older versions for event editing.
Second, learn how to edit directly to a savestate.
EasyVent Editor Super Perfect 2.0 lets you skip the Setup, Re-Setup, and Return to TEST.EVT Format steps / the Re-Setup and Return to TEST.EVT Format steps entirely, for the Old Method and New Method respectively, and comes pre-packed with the most up-to-date Event Instruction Upgrade.xml to apply to your ISO.HINT HINT USE THE THING.