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05-21-2003 15:07

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I found at idev this picture with many sprites on it: each one occupies a 32*32 pixel box, just as they were tiles. Can I leave the sprites there in one whole block without dividing them manually (take off single blocks as sprites)? If not, is there some graphic tool that does it authomatically?

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05-21-2003 19:19

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ok, ok, don' t rush, I found how to do it in TNT. Instead, I' m still interested on how to divide them with a program: can I do it automatically with some graphics program?

05-21-2003 20:30

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I think you have to make them all seperit

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Stephen

05-21-2003 21:50

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Yeah, as far as I know there isn't a way currently to take a picture and cut out parts. If there was, someone could make a pretty cool puzzle game where you import an image (When that function is implemented) to cut into pieces and put back together.

Options are good.

I wonder when the next version will be released and what's in it.

05-21-2003 22:18

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In fact, it IS possible to cut an image in parts, but there is no way to import any image.

05-21-2003 23:04

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yeah, you can divide an image in sprites with copy image

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