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by badminton rackets
39 min ago

Wonderful illustrated information. I thank you about that. No doubt it will be very useful for my future projects. Would like to see some other posts on the same subject! badminton rackets

by rayen
1 hours ago

that's all nice but what's the purpose of that there is no consumer hardware that can't handle that in real game enviroment

by Romain
2 hours ago

Yeah I know normally a friendly artist is planning to make one about it

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JDraw is a pixel oriented graphics editor designed especially for small to medium-sized pictures used to decorate web pages. It is completely written in Java, simple to use and saves (animated) GIFs, ICOs and PNGs.


Features so far:

  • plain, filled and gradient filled rectangles
  • plain, filled and gradient filled ovals
  • plain and gradient filled text
  • colour picking, cropping, filling
  • image scaling (since v1.2beta)
  • image rotation (since v1.2.1beta)
  • copying/moving clips
  • rotating/flipping clips (since v1.2.2beta)
  • save animated GIFs (interlaced/not interlaced)
  • save PNGs (interlaced/not interlaced)
  • save ICOs (true colour, 32 bit) (since v1.1.3)
  • save JPEGs of configurable quality (since v1.1.4)
  • read all image formats supported by Java
  • colour reduction, colour replacing, colour swapping
  • grayscaling (since v1.2.2beta)
  • image browser (since v1.3beta)
  • tolerant fill tool (since v1.3beta)
  • palette operations like editing RGB colours, alpha values
  • configuration of the Look&Feel to use (since v.1.1.3)
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