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Added some dynamic AI that can follow the player. Video has been updated to show the results. Download still the same

Hey guys, all feedback is welcome. I will be posting updates as they happen.

Created a new topic User Created Images

Post some interesting images you have made with this program! 

Hey guys,

When you are working on your projects, it always pays to back your stuff up. Even in general, it is great to have a backup. 

With this program, you can easily do that. You probably already have a backup plan, but it is always good to be extra safe. 

This is a very quick and easy, portable solution for saving yours, and your friend's stuff.


Link to program

Thank you for your comment. I am glad you find the program useful!

Created a new topic Tutorials
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Getting Started

Right, so you have downloaded CodeImage, installed it, and have it open in front of you.

First thing you should do is look at the top menu bar. Hover over each item to see what it does. You will notice the standard file save/loading etc. You will also see there is a Pencil icon. That will compile your code, and produce the image on the left.

There is a list on the bottom left of the window. That list shows all of the usable commands to create your image. Click on a command to view it's make up in the panel under the TextBox, so you know how to use it, or, double click on the command to add it to the TextBox.

Now for our first bit of code. We want to make an image with the size of 200x200, and draw a red line from the top left, to the bottom right.

;Create Width, Height : Initialize the image with the given width and height

Create 200, 200

;Color ColorName / A, R, G, B / R, G, B : Set the color of what is drawn on the image next *Default WHITE*

Color Red

;Line X1, Y1, X2, Y2 : Draw a line from point A to point B

Line 0, 0, Width, Height

Click on the Pencil button to compile the image.

That's it for the first Tutorial. Stay tuned for more!