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Is this OK for attribution?
BitCruncher
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August 2009
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I'm making a command-line tool, and I've got this for the "About" section.

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GullRaDriel
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September 2003
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It's nice, and with 4.2.2 ?

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BitCruncher
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August 2009
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Ah, thanks for saying that, because I forgot which version I was using! It was actually in 5.2.7., but there is no equivalent ASCII art for that...

amarillion
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January 2001
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Just edit the ASCII art yourself, because they are very different versions :)

BitCruncher
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August 2009
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Updated

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RmBeer2
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April 2017
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Out of curiosity. What is or what does your program do?

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BitCruncher
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August 2009
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This is an image validation tool that I wrote for myself initially. It checks that the colors in an image file match against a set of user-defined colors; it's good for batches of images too. If even one pixel color is not in the list, it will fail the test, and report where the errant pixel lives and the color.

I needed it for a game I'm working on where the colors are supposed to match a strict theme.

RmBeer2
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April 2017
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Something like that to force an image to 16 or 256 colors? Or a certain selected palette.

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BitCruncher
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August 2009
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@RmBeer2

I was actually thinking about that during the development. I wasn't initially planning on adding that functionality, but it does seem enticing!

I can't imagine that there's not something out there that does that.

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