Shouldn't the data, resources and saves file be underneath the templatedesign.dsn, which is in turn subordinate to the editor? That picture shows the config.txt file as far in as I was able to get it, which wasn't far enough to enable the editor to run.
In 2.77, when I look at the file structure and click on the editor, it shows me two folders under it: Editor Resources and Templatedesign.dsn. Then I can go to the templatedesign.dsn and see data, resources, and saves, so I can put the config.txt in the data folder.
In 2.83, when I click on the same spot, the folder that says editor, all I get is an error message about a missing config.txt. But there's no way to provide it. I am telling you this from memory because I no longer have 2.83 installed, if it ever truly was.
I know this is due to something wrong that I'm doing, and I don't know what. I am trying to be polite here and answer your posts, but at this point I'm not asking for help, Paul. I'm just making you more and more frustrated, and I don't want to do that. 2.77 works for me and I'll just go with that. Truly, thank you for your time and attempts to help.
Okay, I unzipped the 2.83 download again. This time I'm able to look inside the file named "dunbeon craft editor 2.83" (I'm sorry, don't mean to keep harping on the typo but it does distinguish it from the 2.77 folder). Inside the folder I see a folder named .rsrc, which in turn contains a lot of other folders, none of them named "data." In addition to the .rsrc folder, there are also some single files named .data, .rdata, .text, and .tls. I didn't get this far before, and I don't know why. Where should the wide format config.txt go? Ah, here I am asking you a question when I just said I wouldn't. It really doesn't matter, because I am able to work on a design in 2.77. Sorry.