I'm still around to help people via Discord and fix critical bugs, but the program isn't being added to. There's plenty I could add, but I'm currently putting myself through university and my focus is elsewhere. I'm slowly building a better version of the software using better practices and more modern tools, but there's no ETA on it at this stage.
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It certainly can, although the system for texturing those is a little bit janky if I'm totally honest. New version should be coming around the new year that aims to solve a lot of those problems. though :)
Hi! It's just a small fix that helps Linux users - a file has been included that reportedly prevents the middle mouse button and a couple of others from being recognised properly. Libraries in Linux are often different than Windows, and it helps sort that out :)
I am, though I haven't had much of a chance recently because I've started a new degree. My exams ended a couple of weeks ago, I've been working on updating the engine and implementing multi-threading (which may lead to Mac support). Hopefully I'll get a bit done over the next month while I'm on break! :)
Hey there! There are a few solutions. The easiest is probably to take the Leveller tool, set the Blend Mode to Divide, then set the Value to 1.018 - that should squash everything down so that everything at 0.509 becomes 0.5. Either that, or you can just adjust your gradient so that the ocean colours start slightly higher. If you're using water maps, you could also simply fill your water table slightly higher so the water appears in the right place.
That could be literally anything, you need to give specifics before anyone can help you. My guess is your browser doesn't support HTML5 or OpenFL. What are you opening it with? What operating system are you running?
Hey there. I don't have a demo set up, but you're more than welcome to join our Discord server and peruse the galleries and tutorial videos if you want to make a more informed decision about buying it. My Twitter feed is also full of screenshots. I've also built a benchmarking tool designed to test your PC if you'd like to know how well it would run.
Yes! I've recorded a 3 part beginners guide explaining the broad strokes. There are some other resources on the Discord server, but this is the most comprehensive:
Thanks by the way, you've reminded me that I need to post this series up on the main page!