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FunkPaint 0.39d   [2008]

FunkPaint 0.39d Released by :
Singular [web]

Release Date :
23 August 2008

Type :
C64 Tool

AKA :
Multi format graphic editor for Hires/Multi/Multicolor/DTV pictures

Released At :
Arok 2008

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (6 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Soci of Singular, The IDE64 project
Graphics .... Poison of Singular

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/63922/FunkPaint_0.39d.zip (downloads: 1250)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


Production Info
Submitted by soci on 23 August 2008
How to use (keyboard/mouse):

Left button - draw with selected color
Middle button - get color
Right button - draw with secondary color

Middle button can be emulated as C= + left, and right as SHIFT + left.

Colors are selected by 12345678qwertyui. Using shift with numbers is also fine.

Zoom editor:
Scrollbar and color picker can be used by the mouse, auto scrolling on border.

Left arrow (or click on top right corder) - go to full screen mode
b - set background color
space - set pixel (left button) also can be held together with cursor keys!
del - set pixel to secondary color
stop - get color
cursor keys, F-keys - move around
home - clear block
clr - clear picture
+/- - set joy/keyboard speed
c - swap color with secondary color
m - disk menu

View mode:
space (or click on top right corner) - back to zoom mode
asdfghjkl - pen sizes, lines, fill, etc. (see icons on top)
z - save to undo buffer
Z - restore from undo buffer
x - change interlace mode (pixel shift)
mouse buttons - color wise same as zoom mode, but uses the currently selected tool (highlighted on top)
crsr - shift screen
c - swap drawing color with secondary color

Disk menu:
e - exit
s - save
l - load
d - reload directory
c - change drive
rest not implemented

On crash (not likely) it can be restarted with stop+restore, "sys4096" or by reloading the program. (the picture is normally not touched during depack)

The SCPU version is not released now due to bugs in the non illegal opcode version of the pixel drawing routine. DTV version needs a DTV of course.

Have fun ;)
Production Info
Submitted by soci on 23 August 2008
An old internal tool finally released for the public ;) Not really the 1999 version with PC mouse support, but a much improved one.

So yet another graphic program for common formats, what's so great then?

- mouse support for joy, 1351, amiga mouse (also on CGA 4player adapter), up to 3 buttons.
- undo support (or maybe quicksave?) on +60K, IDE64, REU, Retroreplay, Ramcard, Georam.
- Similar keyboard layout as Drazpaint/Drazlace
- Fullscreen drawing with different pen sizes, circles, lines, rectangles, curves, flood filling, also combined with dithered mode.
- Nice zoom editor
- Supports drawing hires, multicolor (drazpaint), multicolor interlace (drazlace) and dtv 256 color pictures (color pick only for C64 colors)

Some features like picture packing, 256 color pick, import, etc. are not done yet.

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