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'''''PicEdit''''' is an AGI [[Picture Resource|Picture resource]]-editor. It allows users to create pictures in a graphical user interface, somewhat based on the original Sierra version. Pictures are then saved to file, and are ready for import into an AGI game using a program such as [[AGI Studio|AGI Studio]] or [[WinAGI|WinAGI]].
 
'''''PicEdit''''' is an AGI [[Picture Resource|Picture resource]]-editor. It allows users to create pictures in a graphical user interface, somewhat based on the original Sierra version. Pictures are then saved to file, and are ready for import into an AGI game using a program such as [[AGI Studio|AGI Studio]] or [[WinAGI|WinAGI]].
  
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* Source Code, 1998.
 
* Source Code, 1998.
 
* Java PicEdit, 2010
 
* Java PicEdit, 2010
 
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Revision as of 13:13, 27 October 2016

PicEdit
Author: Lance Ewing
PicEdit
PICEDIT.png
PicEdit Screenshot
Latest Version:  v1.3 Milestone 6
Release Date:  2010
Company: {{{Company}}}
Publication Status:  {{{Published}}}
Developer(s): Lance Ewing
Language: C++ / Java
Open Source: {{{OpenSource}}}
Source Available:  {{{Source}}}
License: {{{License}}}
Platform: DOS, All platforms that support Java
Type: Resource
Localization: English
Website: http://www.agifans.com





Description

PicEdit is an AGI Picture resource-editor. It allows users to create pictures in a graphical user interface, somewhat based on the original Sierra version. Pictures are then saved to file, and are ready for import into an AGI game using a program such as AGI Studio or WinAGI.

"PicEdit isn't just a tool for drawing AGI Pictures but is also a very useful tool for learning the AGI picture data format. And by loading pictures for the original AGI games, it is also a very useful tool for learning how to draw AGI pictures. Simply step through the picture and see how people like Mark Crowe drew the rooms for Space Quest."


Release Date:

  • Original Program, September 1997.
  • Source Code, 1998.
  • Java PicEdit, 2010


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