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This might be a handy program for all you level-creators. It lets you mess around with the RGB values to find a nice color to use in your 16 bit 3D backround in Jazz. Oh well…you might as well use paint or something to find stuff like this, but I thought it would be helpful..up to you to decide.
I like it. It can be useful.
Not the most useful Jazz2 program, but it does work and might be to some help for someone…somewhere…
Because the program is more useful to some ppl than to others, I’m going to give it an N/A[This review has been edited by White Rabbit]
I think this also can be done just using PSP and copy-ing RGB values, so I don’t see what this program has to do with Jazz.
this is a cool program
good work !
Useless, this can be done in paint or ANY photo program editor thingamibob.
For next version make it edit pallette values and stuff, that might me good, add more features.
I was expecting a bit more when I got this…
Oh well. This is a nifty little program that lets you define a background color and see it before you put it in JCS. This is helpful if you just want a bland background color. However, I was expecting more of a background builder that would help in building tilesets.
Overall, an interesting program, but not much. A 4.5 from me, for the effort and the idea.
I think it´s not useless.
You can see how it is in Save and Run!
Make it generate a gradent that you can use to base a textured background off of. Right now this is totally useless. 2 points for it actually working.
Cool Program, but i’m having a tab bit of trouble using it.
And then to think I thought this wasn’t going to get higher than a 1.5…:-)
Will you a 1.5?
Get Palette Suite by ToxicBunny instead, sorry Splash. :)
An OK idea, but it would really be cool if you could load a .BMP into it and see how backgrounds would turn up other than just colors. Also, support for textures would be nice. Until then, a 4.7.
Eat your lima beans, Johnny.