A downloadable tool for Windows

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Need to quickly look up a Plugin Command? Without scrolling through loads of text?

MVDoc is an easy solution to this! It extracts the commentary section of the plugins (the same contents that get displayed in RPG Maker MV's plugin-window) and is equipped with a full-text search!

With this you'll look up Commands in seconds and spend more time on getting your game done! And the good news is: It's a totally free goodie from me to you! 

When first starting you have to select the Plugins-folder of your game (MyGameFolder/js/plugins). Then it should automatically load all plugins with a commentary section. I've developed this tool for my own project Numina and I'm using it (almost) everytime I work on it :) Since it's free I've included a small ad for Numina in the program. 

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
GenreRole Playing
Tagsjavascript, RPG Maker


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MVDoc.zip 83 kB


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Hello! Thanks for making a neat tool for quickly being able to see help files! I was wondering if you'd consider an option to increase the text size for people more visually impaired? 

Hey there! Thanks for reaching out. That shouldn't be too hard to do :) I'll try to add it in the next update. 

Thank you! <3


Hello, thank you for creating such a useful software; but, I'm not sure why it isn't launching today. It worked great the last time I used it, which was last week. I'm running Windows 10.

Does it display any error message? Or it just doesn't show up?

Hi, it doesn't show up.


Hmm, hard to guess what's wrong. I did upload a new version (1.7) of MVFinder now. If there are any problems during loading at the start an error message should show up now with some details.

If we're lucky this might get us further.

Very helpful, thanks a lot. Just want to let you know I got a 'danger file' message when trying downloading it. I know it's not, I just want to let you know. 


oh! what a cool idea for a tool!


i've been using for a bit and its seems really simple and useful. i can see myself using this a lot. thanks for making it!


Very welcome! I use it almost daily for my MV work