New public demo for Integrator 2012

After about 3 months since the last public demo, a preview version of the extended Integrator 2012 application for LN is now available!
This version is capable of:

  • displaying and changing foreground data and boundary lines,
  • importing/exporting objects,
  • grabbing objects from C64 hires (in PRG format) by means of the object grabber,
  • process colour restrictions that apply to C64 graphics (fully in LN2 and later, with some caveat for LN as I had no time to downgrade the engine to include what I refer to as a bug in LN)

One obvious missing feature is the insertion of child panels while editing a panel as I have not yet decided on the infinite loop prevention strategy. Sorry!

Download the Windows demo from here. I do welcome feedback on the editing tools and suggestions about usability improvements 🙂

Note: the above binary requires the GTK+ runtime installed. See this post for details.

And now a few screenshots 🙂

Integrator 2012 demo: main window by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: main window

Integrator 2012 demo: object import by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: object import

Integrator 2012 demo: object grabber by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: object grabber

Integrator 2012 demo: hires browser by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: hires browser

Integrator 2012 demo: boundary editor by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: boundary editor

Integrator 2012 demo: foreground editor by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: foreground editor

Integrator 2012 demo: panel editor by Luigi Di Fraia

Integrator 2012 demo: panel editor

Update: binaries were removed as later versions were made available.

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