The Tilemaster v0.34 release has relatively few new functions. The most notable change is
the new file selector which will keep track of all directory where you opened files or have
files written to. This will allow quick navigation between your most used folders. At the
moment the history is not persistent but will be kept only during the current session.
I could only test this feature with Windows, so I have no idea if it will work with Unix and
Mac OS, and can only hope that it will not cause problems there. Tilemaster tries to preset
the history list with a few useful entries. On Windows those are the drive letters, on Linux
I'd expect that only the file system root shows up there, but without chance to test, I can't
know. In the worst case the code to preset the history will crash on Unix or Mac OS, and
make the file selector unusable. In this case, please report the bug and continue to use
Tilemaster v0.33 until I could fix the problem.
Changes in Tilemaster v0.34 since v0.33:
- Added a new set of animal symbols.
- Replaced all file choosers with calls to the new file selector.
- Added Simutrans style light pixel remover plugin.
- Added Simutrans style tilecutter plugin.
- A new selection tool to select fixed size rectangles.
To run Tilemaster, unzip the tilemaster.zip and execute the start.bat script if you are using
Windows, or start.sh if you are using Unix (maybe works for MacOS X, too). If the start script
doesn't work, you can try to double click the tilemaster.jar file. If you have Java 6 properly
installed this should start Tilemaster, and also load the plugins, but in former versions this
did not work properly.
If you are familiar with the command line interface of your OS, this line should start Tilemaster
and also load the plugins:
java -classpath plugins;Tilemaster.jar;lib\Itemizer.jar tilemaster.editor.TilesetEditor
For more information please check the wiki:
The tilemaster-trunk.tar.gz archive contains the sources, plugin sources and example data for