Not doing this to be a bitch
If you won't then I will since it's clear he didn't catch the hint.
@Massaki: Your writing on the forum here is atrocious. You lack punctuation like a hooker lacks morals. I weep to think about how bad your spelling must be without the spell-checker built into your web browser. If you can't present yourself as a competent writer in such a simple place as an online forum, I can't imagine anyone wanting you on their team for anything even remotely related to writing. Go take a few courses on proper English first and then maybe come back here and see if anyone already working on a project is looking for help. Throwing yourself out there like this isn't likely to have many results.
Having dedication is all well and good, but a handful of ideas and the belief
that you're willing to do the kind of work needed for a project here isn't going to be enough to get anyone interesting in having you on their team. You're better off trying to learn the different utilities yourself to get an understanding of them as well as an understanding of how these projects require hundreds upon hundreds
of man-hours of work to complete.
You want to make yourself look useful to a team looking for help on a project? Learn the ins and outs of the utilities people working on a serious project - people dedicated
to creating something from nearly nothing for the sheer pleasure of doing so - will expect you to know how to use when you say would be "an asset to a team." Go grab FFTacText and take some time trying to change the names and descriptions of some items and weapons. Then do it for all of them. Then move onto skills. Don't forget to change the spell quotes to match the new skill text. Then test to make sure it all looks right in-game. None of that requires you learning any of the SCARY HEX EDITING
. Let me know how eager you still are to work on someone else's project
after all that.
Then maybe you should take a few minutes to realize that we didn't used to have a tool as simple and user-friendly as TacText to work with. Every edit used to be done with hex editing way back in the day. Many of us still remember that. It isn't looked kindly on around here when someone reacts to hex the way you do. It is a fundamental part of every
project we make. If you really are, as you say, "interested in learning how to make a hack" then you should do yourself the favor of learning how hex editing works. I won't even comment on "making one requires quite a bit of people."
Those of us that work on these projects are damned serious about getting them finished. We don't want some jack-off cluttering our shit up with terrible writing like what you've presented in this thread. Go spend some time making yourself knowledgeable about how things work here and at least put some effort into the appearance
of competence before you try to sell yourself as skilled in anything. So far you just look like a moron. No one wants to work with a moron.