There are incompatibilities between the two. One will disable certain options in the other. And the Trainer is pretty much useless to me if I can't adjust backpack size. So, it's not a question of how many options, it's the incompatibilities when you need to run both to get the full gaming experience, IMO.
the trainer is useless if you can't adjust the backpack?
hmm. i might have to consider whether or not to update it then if it's useless..
Really? All those options and you deem the trainer useless because it doesn't have a backpack option? That is so freaking petty. Caliber took/takes time out of his day to make and update this trainer yet you just have to be petty about it. Let me tell you something. The only useless one here is you and your opinions.
This trainer is very useful and I love it. It is a great and well made trainer.
All developers work is appreciated.
Just the facts. I can play the game and get by with only the Editor. I cannot play the game for very long (satisfactorily for me) with only the Trainer without backpack adjustment (thanks to Gearbox developers).
If I start the game, then start the Editor with F1 to adjust the backpack et al, then start the Trainer with F1, it kills the Editor for any further adjustments. If something like the Editor Mission Timer is wanted, it doesn't work (for me, anyway). The game has to be stopped and restarted to use that Editor option.
I'm just looking for a seamless gaming experience. So, more compatibility would be nice. Using the F1 key as a on-off toggle switch for each program, or perhaps another key to switch between the two programs would be even better, if possible.
With two programs and two developers, you're both doing an exceptional job keeping up with the updates.
[Edited by drmaxman, 12/14/2012 7:51:17 PM]
That would be great if you can look into it, at your earliest convenience of course. Thanks, Ax