Multipaint released

Multipaint released

par Marq on 26-02-2016, 14:43
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Tero "Dr. TerrorZ/L!T" has released his paint program "Multipaint" that lets you draw MSX1, Commodore 64 or Spectrum images on Linux, Windows and Mac. The editor is written in Processing and requires JAVA to run. Source code is available as well! Next step perhaps a brand new MSX demo from Lieves!Tuore?

Relevant link: Multipaint website

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Commentaires (11)

Par Poltergeist

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26-02-2016, 15:35

Maybe changing the link to the website might be helpful, as this one is not working...

Par JohnHassink

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26-02-2016, 16:19

Thanks for noting. It's fixed.

Par AxelF

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26-02-2016, 21:32

Thank you, this is a great tool, THANKS Smile

Par ray2day

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28-02-2016, 16:57

cool Cool

Par spacemoai1973

Master (165)

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29-02-2016, 01:06

A couple of MSX1 screenshot would be nice. I will check it out! Cool

Par Samor

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29-02-2016, 09:51

Nice tool.... seems it outputs MSX images as .COM files.

Par gdx

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03-03-2016, 00:31

In this case, what is MSXSHOW.COM?

Par anonymous

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03-03-2016, 20:02

gdx wrote:

In this case, what is MSXSHOW.COM?

It is a template file, the basis for the exported image file when clicking the EX EMU icon. Just to clarify, it is not a command for showing images. If the MSXSHOW.COM is run on an MSX, it will only show a white screen.

Par gdx

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04-03-2016, 01:13

If Multipaint save in SC2 format then it would be helpful. SC2VIEW can show it.

Par Maggoo

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05-03-2016, 16:11

Very nice tool, as easy to use as DDGRAPH (my reference). It would be great to add MSX2 Palette support so it can also be used for Screen 4 !

Par SkyeWelse

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12-03-2016, 18:06

Very nice! I'm also hoping for a MSX2 Palette support. : )

-Thomas