The Codex Posted May 16, 2010 Share Posted May 16, 2010 (edited) Starting a new thread for the Tadataka project. Yes, it's another editor, this time for TI-compatible bitmaps. And here it is! Tadataka.zip Version 2 Import TI Artist RAW/TIFILES/V9T9 files (tries to automatically select second data file based on name of first) Export TI Artist RAW/TIFILES/V9T9 files Save/Export selected area of bitmap (as Tadataka fragment file or Assembler source) Corrected Assembler output Version 1 Various sized Brush Tools Coloriser Brush Ability to turn foreground/background coloring on and off when painting Copy/Paste and Clone Brush tools Import existing PNGs (monochrome or TI paletted) Pixel locator readout Eight levels of magnification Save assembler data or PNG image Variable canvas size (old original post follows) The bitmap in it was converted to TI colors and then loaded into the app, which does all the "foreground-background" color setting to ensure there is only one pair of colors per 8-bit row chunk. Other features that work are draw/erase (same as in Magellan, only with pixels) and the clickable color dock. Original image Converted to TI palette and loaded into Tadataka Lots of enhancements planned for this, such as a clone brush and a colorise tool. Might also remove some stuff that came over from Magellan, such as multiple images, though I can leave that in if folks think it will be useful. Taking suggestions on asm output format, as well as any other that is desired. Look for a download of this app soon. Edited June 9, 2010 by The Codex Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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