Integrator 2012: object editor?

One might wonder why all of a sudden I come up again with the idea of an object editor for Integrator 2012. Well, the thing is that while I developed the colour override mechanism I explored some image editing possibilities too. It’s definitely something likely to happen, probably next year.

My current short-term plans are:

  • allow users to choose override colours on an object basis, using a little extra dialog
  • allow panel insertion in panel editor (I’m working on the loop detection)

If I look back to my previous plans, just one long-term one is still pending:

  • Select background colour while editing panels (this is for design display purposes only) (done)
  • Undo/Redo in panel editor!
  • Right click on an object -> “Find where it is used” (done)

At some point I will also finish the last integration bit, taking on-board something I worked at before actually starting Integrator 2012:

  • Process hires display limits of the C64 (no more than 4 colours in a 8×8 block)

The early stage of this processing was announced here.

At some point I might allow object/graphic export/import to/from PNG files. The export bit is quite simple to do so that might be a short-term feature. We will see how it goes.

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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