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Software for game design- nanDECK 1.7

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nand
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Three improvements for this new version:

1) Visual positioning of graphic elements in editor

It's a simple way for set position (and size) of graphic elements like RECTANGLE, ELLIPSE, TEXT, IMAGE and PATTERN. You can use this feature clicking on "Visual Editor" button in the editor.

2) Gradients in RECTANGLE directive

An example:
rectangle="1",1,1,4,7,"#0000FF#FF0000@90"

#0000FF is the start color
#FF0000 is the end color
@90 is the gradient's rotation

3) Flag for pattern fill in reverse order

The standard pattern is filled top-down, like this example:

pattern="1","x.gif","5",0,2,6,4,2,2,0,"","left","top"

Result:

XXX
XX

With "R" flag the filling is down-top:

pattern="1","x.gif","5",0,2,6,4,2,2,0,"R","left","top"

Result:

XX
XXX

RobBartel
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Software for game design- nanDECK 1.7

Excellent, Nand. The visual editor should make the initial definition of spaces much easier. I look forward to using it and sending you a fixed version of my money chit script (to add up to $250, the $2 chits should really say $3).

Cheers,
Rob

nand
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Software for game design- nanDECK 1.7

A small update (1.7a) of nanDECK is on-line:

- RENDER keyword for rendering only a range of cards
- Parameter for line width in LINE directive
- Gradient picker in Editor
- Visual Editor bug fixed
- Gradient bug fixed

Carlos
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Software for game design- nanDECK 1.7

Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand!

You are the man(d)!

nand
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Software for game design- nanDECK 1.7

Another small update (1.7b) of nanDECK is available:

- New FILL directive
- Parameter for proportional images in IMAGE directive
- Keyboard shortcut added in main form
- Gradient bug fixed

Carlos wrote:
Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand! Nand!

You are the man(d)!

:-)

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