|[Files] PerfectPaint V2.91||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 16-Jan-2003 09:02 GMT by Halvadjian Georges||13 comments|
PerfectPaint V2.91 is available at
PfPaint V2.91 is available.What's new:- A lot of new keyboard shortcuts
- Improve for Animation:Crop - Scale - Scale page - Color correction - Gamma - Negative - ScrollRGB - Swap RGB
- Remove some requester when arexx is on.
- Numeric keyboard to select brush (0-9)
- Preview effect for very small picture is fixed
- Minimum, maximum and median effect works well now for very small picture
- Improve creation of Animation when several pictures are dropped into the appicon.
- Improve drawing effect: Colorize
- Add Brush Handle (Alt x)
- New picture effect: Mirror
- 'Ctrl' can be used now to block cursor in X or Y position
- Improve addframe,delete frame and copy frame: Jiffies are now respected.
- New animation effect:
- Double each frame: All frames will be duplicated with a mix option.
- Cel Number: This script places the cel number on each selected frame.Prefix and suffix can be assigned
- Insert picture work correcty now with indexed palette
- New Arexx command:
- Convert to RGB and Convert to CMAP works now with animation
- Improve Text_Gui and palette requester
- Add an 'Info Button' on Some requester.
- Show Grid works now in "non classic" mode.
- New picture item: Erase All Buffers (K)
- And always several little bug fixed.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 1 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 16-Jan-2003 10:24 GMT|
|It is an impressive program but I would like to see much faster|
freehand drawing. In other words, it is not much good as a _paint_
program. (Compared to TVPaint, for example.)
For image processing, it is one of the programs everyone should have
on their drive. And it's free.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 2 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 16-Jan-2003 10:46 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Don Cox):|
I still need to use DPaint when I want to do simple animation.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 3 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 16-Jan-2003 12:22 GMT|
|> And its free.|
And it crashes. Frequently. Wow!
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 4 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Rik Sweeney on 16-Jan-2003 12:36 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Kolbjørn Barmen):|
>I still need to use DPaint when I want to do simple animation.
Agreed. PPaint however is a more than adequate replacement for DPaint. I have yet to find anything as good as either of those on *any* platform. Perfect Paint however serves as a superb middle ground between a Bitmap painter and an Image processor.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 5 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 16-Jan-2003 13:02 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 3 (Anonymous):|
Try to find out what makes it crash and give the author a bug report.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 6 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by gz on 16-Jan-2003 14:16 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 4 (Rik Sweeney):|
>>I have yet to find anything as good as either of those on *any* platform.
Jasc software's family of painting products such as paint shop pro and animation shop combined give a pretty good competition in my experience.
Altough they may seem crap if you have'nt spent lots of time dwelling into the combined usage of tools in those 2 programs.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 7 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Lando on 16-Jan-2003 15:47 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (gz):|
>Jasc software's family of painting products such as paint shop
>pro and animation shop combined give a pretty good competition
>in my experience.
I liked Paintshop Pro up to version 5 but in the recent versions, the more "features" they add, the worse it gets - its not intuitive any more and simple operations take ages because it keeps trying to second guess you. Just damned annoying. They should've stuck to what they were good at and not tried to be more like Photoshop.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 8 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 16-Jan-2003 17:03 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 7 (Lando):|
There is a Windows DPaint clone called Promtion from www.cosmigo.com
It is only 8 bit, but is a fairly close copy of DPaint.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 9 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Kolbjørn Barmen on 16-Jan-2003 18:23 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 6 (gz):|
I have tried those, even bought Paintshop Pro at some point.
Animation shop, at least at that point, did little but eat up all the memory in the machine, obviously made for creating tiny gifanims, not full screen animations for hires-laced TV resolution modes :)
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 10 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Korodny on 17-Jan-2003 01:48 GMT|
|PfPaint is a wonderful product, I just have one wish: *Please* give me back the standard Intuition menus at the top of the screen!|
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 11 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 17-Jan-2003 11:09 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 10 (Korodny):|
"PfPaint is a wonderful product, I just have one wish: *Please* give me back the standard Intuition menus at
the top of the screen! "
I completely agree with that. An Amiga program should follow Amiga
standards unless there is a very good reason, which there isn't in
It is very annoying to hit the right mouse button for Save, Quit, etc
- and nothing happens.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 12 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by StAn on 18-Jan-2003 10:24 GMT|
|The problem with intuition menues and gadgets is that you can't change their colours (pens) after the screen is opened.|
However the same trick as in PPaint could be used: change the palette while the menu is displayed.
|PerfectPaint V2.91 : Comment 13 of 13||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Don Cox on 19-Jan-2003 08:37 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 12 (StAn):|
DeLuxe Paint also changed the palette for viewing menus and
But I only use Perfect Paint on a 24-bit display. There should be no
problems working on a 4-bit (or whatever) image in a window on a
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