PixaTool 1.17


+ Added C64 & CPC palettes
+ Added separate pixelation for width/height
+ ASCII-Art supports colors
* Fixed ASCII broken chars
* Fixed 16bit alpha export

Now you can create Amstrad CPC and C64 style images with a max pixelation of 12x6(2x1 pixel ratio) and also with their own palettes.

With the new improved ASCCI-Art conversion(Remember exports the image not text) supports colors and their chars are not broken anymore.


Enjoy!



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Hi Davit

Thanks for that phantastic pixel art and amazing  tool. I love it. Just two questions...

1. I have bought this version v1.17. Will the purchase also include older versions or free download of future  versions (e.g. for bugfixes?) and if so, how do I download these other versions?

2. My main Laptop with Windows 10 / 64 Bit has a native resolution of 1366x768. When I start PixaTool the content is about 50% smaller than the window. Font is unreadable and controls overlap. Impossible to work with. On a Windows 7 / 64 Bit Desktop with a resolution of 1920x1080 it's flawless. Is this still an unresolved bug on Windows 10 systems?

Cheers, wiz

Hi wizball6502 !

1.- Yes, after buy you are able to dowload any future release or new content, maybe more tools or whatever i decide include in this pack.

2.- The problem is that the APP native resolution is 1280x800 , your height is lower than the native resolution so the APP makes a 0.5x scale to show all the content. I have in mind make the final resolution 1280x720 to fit with the standars resolutions, just started to add more and more features an withous space space  i added more height without having in mind can cause problems like you so hope in next versions  organize all better to solve this, sorry for the incovenience!

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1. Yay!!!

2. Ah, I see. Thanks for the explanation. My retro game development setup is an older Lenovo Thinkpad X220 from 2011 but pimped with an SSD and IPS screen it feels like new. That's the reason for the lower resolution. It would break my heart if I could not use your tool on there. Fingers crossed you find a way to make it 720. :)

The next version of PixaTool will be in 1280x720, already organized all to fit with the standars resolutions. Hope this fix your problems! ;) . Maybe tonight or tomorrow will be released the 1.18 .