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NUFLI Editor V1.11 [broken]   [2010]

NUFLI Editor V1.11 [broken] Released by :

Release Date :
24 September 2010

Type :
C64 Tool

Videosystem: NTSC fixed

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (8 votes)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Crossbow of Crest
Graphics .... Carrion of Crest, Elysium
  DeeKay of Crest
NTSC-Fix .... Crossbow of Crest

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User Comment
Submitted by Cresh on 10 November 2010
My cows give sour milk coz of this.
You suck!
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 10 November 2010
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Submitted by Twoflower on 10 November 2010
This broek my picture! Now I will brake you!
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Submitted by Steppe on 10 November 2010
It already bruke!
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Submitted by Mace on 10 November 2010
Oh noes, if CSDb isn't fixed soon, the scene will brake break too!
User Comment
Submitted by Steppe on 9 November 2010
I loaded it up and it destroyed my CIA and the SID. CSDb release policy clearly is to blame for that! I'll sue you! ;)
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Submitted by Stainless Steel on 9 November 2010
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Submitted by DeeKay on 3 November 2010
NUFLI Editor V1.12 is now released! Fixed! Enjoy! ;-)
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Submitted by DeeKay on 5 October 2010
This is buggy, don't use it, I noticed it on X while using it, Crossbow just confirmed it. There'll be a fixed version soonish!
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Submitted by DeeKay on 26 September 2010
Because 0-6 are already taken? ;-)
Also, Amica Paint introduced this IIRC, and it's been standard in all Crossbow editors for a long long time. So why change it now? And why compain now, after all these editors? Oh, right, i forgot: you don't even do GFX! ;-D So we're all really happy you don't have to kill yourself! 8)
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 26 September 2010
why a-p, why not 0-9 a-f ? I'd kill myself if I had to use a-p :)
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Submitted by DeeKay on 26 September 2010
Wile: ...and that is supposed to be easier than simply pressing A-P? <:-)
Don't forget you need to select ink/paper/spritecolors (with shift and C=)
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Submitted by The Shadow on 26 September 2010
Thank you very much for creating this new form of graphics and the new universal version too :)
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Submitted by ptoing on 25 September 2010
So what, FMan? IMO Paper/Ink is the best way to describe this to laymen, better that background and foreground.
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Submitted by FMan on 25 September 2010
Hehe. PAPER and INK are Spectrum terminology. ;-)
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Submitted by Wile Coyote on 25 September 2010
(hypothetically speaking) the colour selection could be much improved, made easier.

Here’s an idea I had:
Press Space-Bar: Open a window that displays the *various colours available
Press Space-Bar: Close window


Press and hold Space-Bar: Open a window that displays the *various colours available
Un hold Space-Bar: Close window
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Submitted by DeeKay on 25 September 2010
mager: adding a NOP? ;-) Which I think has been done.. I doubt anything else is possible, another STA would be required..

So, has anyone tried this out on real HW yet?
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Submitted by MagerValp on 24 September 2010
Just out of curiosity, could any (meaningful) improvements be made to the graphics format itself with an extra 2 cycles per line?
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Submitted by Kickback on 24 September 2010
YES!!!!!!! I been waiting for this release NOW I can finish!!!! TY!!!!!!
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Submitted by The Phantom on 23 September 2010

I look so forward to using this painting program!!!
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Submitted by saehn on 23 September 2010
Wow this looks awesome! Thanks for the NTSC, can't wait to try it (but not tonight unfortunately).
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