Install Requirements

  • Scroll to the bottom, and ensure you download the TEdit(version).zip File

  • Unzip the download to an empty folder with write access, such as c:\games\TEdit.

  • NOTE: you may need to delete OLD versions of files from this folder first.

  • Launch the exe file


These are requirements these, if you are having issues please uninstall/reinstall the following dependencies.

  • Update your Graphics Driver to latest release (not beta) version

  • Only Windows 10 x64 has been tested, previous versions (XP, 7, 8) are NOT guaranteed to work and support will be limited.

For Sprite Viewing

  • Terraria must be installed or the data files must be available, normally

    • 64bit: Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Terraria\content

    • 32bit: Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Terraria\content

  • Steam and Gog versions of Terraria normally work. However, you might be able to get other types to work with the steps below.

  • If you don't have Terraria installed on the PC you are using there will be no sprite visualization, but the application should still work if you meet the other requirements.

  • If you don't have Terraria installed but have a copy of Terraria/Content e.g. shared network drive, virtual machine, USB drive, etc., you can uncomment and edit <AltC> in settings.xml to point to your custom Terraria/Content location.

    NOTE: Remove the <!-- and --> to uncomment the line

Known Limitations

  • NOT compatible with any mod files or TConfig modified worlds

  • ONLY supports textures with a Steam copy of Terraria installed

    • If you don't have Terraria installed but have access to Terraria/Content (e.g. shared network drive, USB), you can point to it by uncommenting and editing <AltC> in settings.xml


  • Some older integrated graphics chipsets, old netbooks/laptops, may not work! TEdit may or may not work with these older integrated graphics chipsets.

  • nVidia 770 are known to have issues with certain driver versions, please update and reinstall DirectX/.Net

  • If you have the option of using Integrated Graphics or GPU (nVidia/ATI) and are having issues, try switching this setting.

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