Awesome tool! How to colorize?

2004-11-27
2013-04-09
  • Adam Miller

    Adam Miller - 2004-11-27

    Heya,

    Bravo, this will be my new ANSI graphics tool!

    Question: I loaded an existing non-color ASCII art file, but I want to just add color to it (color the existing characters). Is there a way to select a block of text and apply a color to it?

    Right now, I have to retype all the characters in their old position with the color selected to colorize them. Is there another way to do this easier?

    Cheers!
    Adam Miller
    tigermud.com

     
    • Adam Miller

      Adam Miller - 2004-11-27

      Please disregard the question, I just figured it out.

      Killer tool!!!

       
      • Curtis Wensley

        Curtis Wensley - 2004-11-27

        Hey!   I'm glad you like it!   (and thanks for the donation!!!)  I really appreciate your feedback. 

        Also, if there's anything you think would rock with this program, let me know.  I'm open and willing. (:

        Cheers,
        Curtis aka Eto

         
    • Adam Miller

      Adam Miller - 2004-11-27

      I would recommend changing the menu so that you can highlight a block of text and use a single keystroke to apply a color. Maybe hotkey that function instead of having it buried in the menus.

       
    • Adam Miller

      Adam Miller - 2004-11-27

      Oh I did learn that highlighting text, then pressing B, F, and then F would apply the formatting I wanted.

      PableDraw rocks!

       

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