New demo available for Integrator 2012

As I had a bit of time after work today I built the Linux binaries as well. Therefore it’s time for a new public demo 🙂

Integrator 2012 Linux version by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 Linux version

I will work at some documentation as soon as possible as a few things might not be intuitive.

Windows binaries (tested under Windows XP and Windows 7 64-bit):

Linux users should again try the Linux binaries (tested under Debian 4 and later).

If you have issues executing any of the above, just leave a comment.


Panel editing

If you have an object selected and add a new one, the latter will be neighbouring the former in the isometric space, meaning that their coordinates and overlapping order will be similar.

Cursor keys can be used to move objects around and the Delete key to remove them. In order to do so, the drawing area needs to have focus, which means you have to click with the left mouse button on it.

Once an object is selected, click the right mouse button to drag it around with your mouse.

Edit: binaries removed as an updated version was made available later on.

About Luigi Di Fraia

I am a Senior DevOps Engineer so I get to work with the latest technologies and open-source software. However, in my private time I enjoy retro-computing.
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