sample files of Allegro Sprite Editor

cenobyte at cenobyte at
Thu Sep 1 20:21:08 EDT 2011

 On Fri, 02 Sep 2011 01:08:34 +0400,  wrote:
> On Thu, 01 Sep 2011 22:06:36 +0200, David Kuehling wrote:
>>>>>>> "cenobyte" == cenobyte  <cenobyte at> writes:
>>> Thanks SO much to David Kueling for bringing this powerhouse to the
>>> Nanonote!  here are 2 very quickly created files to show what I 
>>> have
>>> been doing with the program thus far (had it for about 5 hours
>>> now). Enjoy and all content was made exclusively with Nanonote!
>> This is absolutely cool, you got even animation working.  Still 
>> think
>> the emulation is so good, after  spending many hours with it?  What
>> about the mouse speed?  Making it go faster might make you more
>> productive and keep your thumbs from hurting.
>> These constants are hard to tune without long-time trial.
>> cheers,
>> David
> I have thought of having a button that when pressed, slows down the
> speed for precision work. In this case, I don't really think a faster
> cursor would be more productive because I need control. The closer
> this comes to translating gestures like a mouse, or of course 
> ideally,
> a pen tablet, the better. This is quite possibly the best we can get
> without having a real mouse or a usb port for a pen tablet. By the
> way, my thumbs don't hurt, they hurt way more when they're not around
> the Nanonote. ;) I will try to produce some better examples for the 
> Qi
> team.
 I have some more files uploaded but just noticed that it will NOT let 
 me upload scene files (.ase) so all you get to see for now is .gif's. 

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