I'm happy to annouce that I'm finally done with the first version of dimg, my dev-friendly image editor. I started it as a pixel art maker because nothing currently on the internet fit my needs, but now I'm happy to share it with the community. The interface is meant to look a bit like a *NIX shell. Enjoy!
~The API-phobic dev 3941driB 😅
P.S. there's a
help command, and also the
save command doesn't work when embedded in an iframe, you have to open dimg.3941drib.repl.co in a new tab.
nice terminal you got there it would be a shame if it caused an entire war between mac and pc
@Gabby8C0des8 🧡 What part of what you said is mean? After all, you just said an objective fact I acknowledged myself and that you love the project, which is only great! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Also can you please voice for all the other people who put @3941driB at the end rather than the beginning where repl.it kindly puts it for you... Why? visible confusion
this is nice and all but.. did you think about making the color system instead of something like
pixel 1 1 red make them rgb, or hsb or hex 'cause it's dev-friendly so i think an rgb color system will help...
Wow! This is a first...never seen something like this, and looks like a Mac terminal lol
@JosephSanthosh Ok, name one thing Mac can do that Linux can’t —excepting Adobe—
Linux, first of all, can boot from power to login in less than 6 seconds. You can also totally customize your system. Wanna change the way your windows look? In Linux/Kde, it’s right in the settings. Mac doesn’t even come with a package manager. And, it costs a small fortune to get it. $1000 for a STAND? Linux, however is free — as in beer and as in freedom.
Woah I thought it's made with python, because the black thing... You know...
Anyway... It's cool!