I've recently learned how to make journals in my age. Now, although the template was helpful, the journal scripts can be quite confusing. Even the smallest mistake can cause the journal not to work, and finding that mistake is often difficult, and discouraging for writers less familiar with Python.
As a solution to this problem, I was wondering if it is possible to make a sort of stencil program for the Journal .py files. (I use the word stencil, instead of templace, so as not to be confused with D'lanor's dyanamic book template) By this I mean a program in which the writer would simply have to type in the name of their journal object, the texture, and all other necessary information to generate the file.
The first page would be the BookGUI files, after the writer entered the required information, they would click next to get to the PageDefs part. Once the Journals.py page has been completed, a button will say "Generate files, and the stencil, connected to generic BookGUI, PageDefs, and Journals file, would be programed to replace the default settings, with the ones entered in the Journal Stencil program.
A similar principle is used in a website that generates Citations for research papers: http://citationmachine.net/index2.php?r ... urce_mod=0
A program like this would make creating journals much easier. I don't know if this is easy or possible, but what do you guys think?