Been spending a lot of my days redoing the guide* and getting some stuff up on filetrip for it. I have very nearly finished the text section (just some basic usage on Atlas and Kruptar even though I am not entirely sold on their usefulness for a lot of what we deal with on the DS) and as part of that though I was checking out alternative and although I am late to the party I had not seen it discussed around here Links http://www.magicteam.net/index.php?page=programs http://filetrip.net/pc-downloads/applications/download-oriton-2050-f29376.html Oriton is a table making program and for some purposes it may edge out TaBuLar (the only real downside is it does not have nice options for adding the various orders of Kana and the Roman alphabet- right click and you can add a codepage but not a lot else or you can just visit http://www.rikai.com/library/kanjitables/kanji_codes.sjis.shtml and engage in a bit of copy and paste). It does however have serious support for 16 bit and beyond encodings where others fall flat and a really nice regular expression style input box as well as Kruptar support (the other main competitor to Cartographer and romjuice for text extraction). Basically if you play around with table files on a semi regular basis definitely give it a go. *sitting around 85K words with a tiny bit on 2d, a lot on 3d, some worked examples in audio hacking, more or write the entire video section, some more ASM stuff, maybe some more on stats and level editing and a bit on python to do. Alas it is a bit raw right now in places or I would do a preview release.