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Due note that this is Version One so the tools are kinda limited.

Well, fixed it for now and it seems to be workin. I had to scrap the BitmapData method. Eitherway, as long as it works right! Anyhow, the purpose of this little tool is for the players who dont have something like photoshop. Basically it takes a 32x32 image and blows it up for ya so you can look at the screen and pixel your image a little easier. I wasnt sure if something like this existed so I decided to. Next is to find all of the true pallettes and make it so you can use it to make your own pixel images.

Note: I forgot to mention this earlier. If there is a particular grid color that you want added just let me know and leave either the hex value for it (ie. #FFFFFF) or its RGB value (ie Red: 255 Green: 255 Blue:255). If you do I will do my best to have it added as soon as possible.
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EarthboundEnigma Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
Neat. I found this via Google.
Dias-Jean Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
Cool I hope that it was helpful. I figured it'd be good for those without photoshop.
EarthboundEnigma Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
Yeah, I have Photoshop, but I like how portable this is.
I'm definitely going to show this around. ;)
Dias-Jean Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2009
Feel free too :D, I hope to make it better as time passes. Once I figure out how to better use import flash.display.BitmapData I plan on trying to write a palette converter that takes the image you put in and tries to pick the closest matching AC palette and display it with the matching palette. I mean, thats still quite some time away but it would be neat if I could pull it off. Also, if there is any particular color of grid you would like added just post the hex code for it and I can add it :D
Upsilon400 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009  Student Interface Designer
Needs more palletes.

Honestly, if I need to do a complex pattern, I will find the palletes online, and then photoshop it, separate it into a grid, and then go to town.

But this would be very beneficial, just add more palletes, and defined centerlines.

Dias-Jean Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009
I actually plan on this. I need to find the original palletes for Animal Crossing City Folk. The defined middle line is a good idea as well thanks for that. I just need to get this stupid bug out. After this little pattern assitant is done I plan on making one were you can just make the pattern in it with the original pallets.
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