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MultiColor V0.2.1   [2009]

MultiColor V0.2.1 Released by :

Release Date :
12 March 2009

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

MultiColour V0.2.1

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User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Skoe of Expression
Bug-Fix .... Edhellon of Resource
Test .... Brisco of Expression
  Edhellon of Resource

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User Comment
Submitted by Jok on 23 October 2014
where can I find os x compiled version?
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Submitted by ccr on 29 September 2012
Now maintaining, at least for the moment, a fork of my own with some improvements (including DrazPaint load/save support, etc.) and personal changes. Available from a Mercurial repository only, http://tnsp.org/hg/multicolor/
User Comment
Submitted by xpo on 13 March 2012
it's possible to change palette? for me colors are to brightness. anyway briliant tool
User Comment
Submitted by Sixx on 9 July 2011
Copy and Paste! My favorite other OS tool. Keep up the good work.
User Comment
Submitted by enthusi on 21 April 2010
and it's still actively developed even.
User Comment
Submitted by Skate on 21 April 2010
somehow I missed that one. nice graphic editor with useful features.
User Comment
Submitted by Skoe on 13 March 2009
Someone make an icon for this poor app :)

This would be great. Does anybody know a graphician? :) Best would be 24x24 and 16x16 png with Alpha channel, this could be converted to the right format for all platforms. Or maybe even better: A scalable format (OpenOffice Draw, SVG).

Good job adding features that people request.

I felt a bit embarrassed about the number of flaws which have been found by the people here in only a few hours. But on the other hand without this I coudn't have found all of them by myself. Oh, this remembers me to that interesting article:
User Comment
Submitted by Archmage on 13 March 2009
Cool! Good job adding features that people request. I will try this today when the boss is not looking. :)
User Comment
Submitted by Akira on 12 March 2009
Someone make an icon for this poor app :)
User Comment
Submitted by Skoe on 12 March 2009
Another day - another version

This version fixes the issues reported about 0.2.0. Hope it's useable now :)

0.2.1 - 12.03.2009
* Freehand tool sets a pixel at the first click
* Freehand tool is default after program start
* Koala uses .koa as default, .kla still works, of course
* Fix MSW focus problem after minimize/restore
** Keyborad shortcuts, e.g. Shift for color picker, should work more reliably now

0.2.0 - 11.03.2009
* Display update re-implemented, much faster now
* One additional zoom level, up to 16:1
* Fixes for Mac OS X
* Bugfix for save in Amica Paint format
* Replaced MDI with tabbed interface
* Consistent icons and standard menu entries
** Standard key bindings like Ctrl+S (Cmd+S) work now
* Workaround: Tools are always enabled on Win32, because transparent Icons look strange when being inactive
* Ask for confirmation when user tries to close a modified document
* Zoom using mouse wheel
* Automatic scrolling when cursor is moved to one of the edges
* Scrolling using dragging with middle mouse button
* Keyboard bindings for tools and drawing
** F1 to F5 for tools
** Cursor keys move the drawing cursor
** 'C' and 'V' act like left and right mouse button
* Keyboard bindings for colors
** 1 to 8, Shift 1 to 8
** Same with Ctrl for secondary color
* Color picker added
** Can be activated using Shift key, menu or toolbar
* Special mouse cursors added for all tools
* Get file to load from command line
* Changed default file suffix for Koala to *.kla
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