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#51 2020-12-03 21:00:13

Rangi
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

Make sure that the .asm and .blk files have the same name, and that the events are indented and have correct names and parameters.

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#52 2020-12-05 17:32:39

NPO
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

I was able to figure out what I was doing wrong! Seems to have been some kinda issue with the line spacing or formatting, even though I was able to compile the ROM properly I guess my asm, files just werent formatted properly for the Polished Map to be able to read them. In any case, now I now know what I was doing wrong and everything has been working great! Thanks! : )

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#53 2021-06-02 22:24:02

Rangi
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

Polished Map 4.6.0 (and Polished Map++ 2.6.0) are released! New features include support for the Flash darkness palette; pasting multiple tile graphics at once in the tileset editor; trimming unused blank tiles when saving a tileset; remembering if the window is full-screen or maximized; and some other UI tweaks and bugfixes. It also updates the FLTK window library to 1.3.6. Check out the main post for links.

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#54 2021-08-02 00:57:45

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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

Rangi wrote:

Polished Map 4.6.0 (and Polished Map++ 2.6.0) are released! New features include support for the Flash darkness palette; pasting multiple tile graphics at once in the tileset editor; trimming unused blank tiles when saving a tileset; remembering if the window is full-screen or maximized; and some other UI tweaks and bugfixes. It also updates the FLTK window library to 1.3.6. Check out the main post for links.

Any plans on making this usable for Macs?

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#55 2021-08-02 02:33:34

Rangi
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

bitfindo wrote:

Any plans on making this usable for Macs?

Ideally yes, since FLTK supports macOS (although I'd have to use the unreleased 1.4.x version, not 1.3), but I don't have a practical way to test on a Mac and this initial attempt is not really usable (though at least it builds in Xcode and opens a window).

A pull request from a macOS developer to add support would be welcome. Or if someone sends me a Macbook, I'll use it for that. :P

Last edited by Rangi (2021-08-02 02:34:28)

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#56 2021-08-29 22:33:33

Rangi
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

Polished Map 4.7.0 and 2.7.0++ are released! They've had various bug fixes and improvements to the UI; see the release notes for details. Some that stand out:

• The palette editor has sliders for the three colors, and a hex input for converting between 5-bit GBC colors and 8-bit #RRGGBB colors. Remember, this can be opened with Ctrl+Shift+L even without opening a map first.

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• If you try to Save your changes, but one of the files was already modified by some other program (like maybe you moved an event in Polished Map, but also made changes to the script in Notepad), then you'll be warned about the conflicting edits.

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• View→Transparent (F10) makes the window transparent. Potentially useful for seeing an image underneath the window and designing your map on top of it.

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#57 2021-11-02 00:44:56

Rangi
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Re: Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++: a pokecrystal and pokered map editor

Polished Map 4.7.1 and 2.7.1++ are released! The main addition is a feature I realized would be useful while porting tilesets from pokered to pokecrystal. You can press Alt+1 through Alt+8 to quickly assign a color to the current tile, instead of clicking the dropdown and then clicking the right color. This release also improves compatibility with international characters in filenames.

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