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I've been Googling this problem for a while now. I'm currently porting one of my Java games to Flixel, and I want to use the original 16x16 tileset I made. In the original game I implemented my own autotiling system, but I would prefer to use Flixel's autotiling system. However, I cannot determine how to lay out my tileset, or how to tell Flixel to use it. I have two different types of tiles, and I want both types to autotile to connect with tiles of the same type but not tiles of the other type, if possible.

share|improve this question Use something like Tiled to do it for you. And you then you just read the map into flixel. – Sidar Feb 26 '13 at 8:44
btw this is the official website: – Sidar Feb 26 '13 at 8:53
Thanks, I might end up using that. However, that's a tilemap editor, and what I'm looking for is a way to lay out a tileset. – Pitzik4 Feb 27 '13 at 1:59
It comes with a feature that allows you to make tilesets that automatically adapt to different tilesets. It's called a Terrain in that editor. I assumed you meant that. – Sidar Feb 27 '13 at 5:47

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