This new version has a color converter. Yes, it was inspired by Ersanio. However, this one has a few tweaks to it. You can also convert from PC color, and the interface works a lot like Lunar Address: type a value anywhere, and the conversion will automatically take place in all other forms. You can also convert from PC colors, or open a color dialog box.
On a side note, if you guys think SNEStuff could use other features, I'd be more than happy to know.
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Nice! *downloads new version* That was a good idea, adding that.
Hmm, as for other features, well...I can think of a couple. Adding to the xkas stuff, it would be nice to have an option for generating or adding to a batch file. I actually dislike Xkas GUI and the like, using the old-school command line version, for one simple reason: no matter how nice features like the freespace finder are, you can still patch only one patch at a time...which is a problem for me, since I'm using about 15 or so patches. With a batch file, I merely have to click on it, and I can essentially patch dozens of patches at once. I'd like to be able to...maybe select some .asm files, and then the program would output a .bat containing the paths to all of them. Another thing I thought of was a built-in hex editor, although I don't know how difficult that would be to add.
Hm, I could swear I thought of three things...well, if I think of anything else, I'll say so.
Like I said so often in #smasdis, this is a pretty cool tool. I didn't test this newer version out - with the HDMA converter -, though, but I think it would act rather similar to Ersanio's HDMA converter.
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