Posted by: Flik on Apr 24, 2003 - 06:24 PM
Sphere 1.1 is out, the installer can be found here|
Along with many editor changes, the main new engine features are default map scripts and being able to manipulate person angles.
The changelog since 1.0 is here:
- added playlist system script
- added more menu items to the Edit Range menu in tile-view and spriteset-view
- changed version number to 1.1
- added SetPersonAngle and GetPersonAngle
- added GetPersonBase (cheap alternative to GetPersonSpriteset(name).base)
- added surface_object.triangle(x1, y1, x2, y2, x3, y3, color)
- rearranged imageview paste menu items into a paste submenu
- added paste->Into Selection
- added SetDefaultMapScript and CallDefaultMapScript
- added a selection tool to the image editor
- Fill->RGB/Alpha/Both, Replace->RGB/Alpha and Scale Alpha all work within the selection now
- added an ellipse tool
- added a adjust brightness to the image editor
- added a resample image to the image editor
- added an "other" slide menu option (so you can specify how much to slide by)
- triggers/persons and zones are now also slided
- fixed ExecuteZones so that it reported errors if there no zones to execute
- made tileset view->zoom simplier and made it update the scrollbar when zooming
- added CallMapScript(SCRIPT)
- clarified documentation for QueuePersonCommand
- made it so that it just does nothing when you resize images/fonts/tile sizes to zero width or height (instead of crashing)
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Sphere 1.1 released
by Dax (AntiSocial@socialist.co.uk)
on Apr 26, 2003 - 08:02 AM
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Looks very nice! I perticualar like the SetPersonAngle command! save me hveint to do it the compliacated way!
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