Palette Editor 1.1

by snout on 12-04-2005, 13:06
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

Source: MSX Mailinglist

Albert Beevendorp released a new version of Palette Editor, a tool which can be used to alter the palette of the MSX2 to your own liking (or to one of the presets) in order to make games that don't change the palette (at least all MSX1 games) look different. New in this version:

  • BiFi logo animation can now be aborted
  • Added a feature for exchanging 2 colors
  • Tweaked the scaled palettes
  • Added editor part fade when game starts
  • Added support to save to turboR internal SRAM
  • Fixed a bug causing a userdef palette to reset in preset select

Relevant link: Palette Editor website

Comments (5)

By BiFi

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12-04-2005, 13:14

Is it a new trend not to publish the source anymore when it was posted on the MSX Mailing List?

By BiFi

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12-04-2005, 13:16

btw, the site has had some new things as well... like screenshots of several games to get an idea what you can do with Palette Editor.


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16-04-2005, 11:04

GREAT!!! BIFI ROCKS Tongue !!!!

By Grauw

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16-04-2005, 18:10

The MSX Mailinglist could use some advertising indeed, so mentioning it as the source would be nice.

By snout

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16-04-2005, 19:53

Ok, due to popular demand and me being in a good mood: there it is. Should I mention I'd appreciate it if you keep in mind that I can be forgetful from time to time? Tongue