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Palette Editor

Tools → Palette Editor

Submission Details

Name: Palette Editor
Author: mzuenni
Version History: View
Operating System: Windows
Platforms: SNES
Games: SMW
Source Available: No
Featured: No
Website: None
Description: An Lunar Magic like Palette Editor with new Gradients
(LM .palmask update and some other changes)
Finally removed the org.eclipse.swt for clippboard support which makes the program much smaller :D
Tags: gradient graphics java palette
Comments: 10 (jump to comments)
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Comments (10)

anonimzwx Link
When you change the L channel of a color, it uses S value instead lol
Hamilton64 Link
Antivirus is detecting the file as malware. Name: UDS:DangerousObject.Multi.Generic.
7granddad-copyied Link
this is so fun #fim{;P}
kiki79250 Link
the first time I opened it, I had a window in the style "SmartScreen" except that instead of the normal content, there was a text in Chinese (I did not take screenshots unfortunately)
mzuenni Author Link
The ctrl/strg thing is caused by the system language since i automaticly localized the key names... (and nothing else i know...)

the (ctrl) right click behaviour should be the same as the lunar magic behaviour of the version i tried to act like ^^

a confirm dialouge isn't really neccessary as nothing gets lost (the undo button should also undo a file reload etc.)

the exe file could also be deleted completly since still java is required the only reason i cam remember for creating those exe files is for the icon and some drag and drop and linksimplifications since windows doesn't really accepts .jar files as executeables
 RPG Hacker Link
Mod's note:
The Palete Editor from Graphics Editor as a standalone application. Not much to add, really. Refer to my comments on Graphics Editor.

Aside from the missing "confirmation dialog" upon reload and load I already mentioned on Graphics Editor, there is only one more minor thing I noticed: The description says to CTRL + right click to paste colors, yet a single right click already pastes colors.

Talking about CTRL: You incorrectly refered to it as "Strg" in the description, which is only the name of the key on German keyboards. Might want to change that to "CTRL" so that it's easy to understand by everyone.

Actually, something else I just noticed on both tools: My anti-virus keeps deleting the .jar.exe files, thinking they were viruses. I don't think they really are, I think it just expects all files with multiple extensions ending in .exe to be viruses, since "picture.bmp.exe" or "document.pdf.exe" are kind of common virus traps. You might want to change their extensions to just .exe and then make them add the .jar extension to the file to launch automatically. Or maybe use the command line or a configuration file to tell them which application to launch. For example: they could use their own file name to determine which configuration file to load (Graphics Editor.exe would load Graphics Editor.ini) and the configuration file could then contain the command linke for Graphics Editor.exe to execute. Just an idea, though.
Vitor Vilela From older version: Palette Editor Link
The tool is pretty much Lunar Magic's Palette Editor clone. However it's slight better since you have several color pickers available and the gradient generator -- holy shit -- it's pretty strong. Probably that's the best tool if you want to make cool palette gradients.

The only downside is it requires Java and it does not have anything special for ASMers, like exporting palette as an .asm file i.e.

dw $0000,$1111,$2222,[...]

but hey, that's not bad. Only a very small fraction of the site would use something like this anyway.

Also I feel pretty ashamed because nobody cared about this tool for almost 8 months.
Wind Fish From older version: Palette Editor Link
MarioFanGamer, submitting update through that link basically does the same thing as submitting a new tool. There's no need to tell people to use the link.

The only actual benefit of it as far as I can see, is that it saves the information from the last submission. And that's about all it does.
S.R.H. From older version: Palette Editor Link
This is so good. Great job.
 MarioFanGamer From older version: Palette Editor Link
You could have submitted an update with the "submit update" button. Also, couldn't you delete the old version?