No need for any more and best of luck with your project!
You forgot to add "asking for a friend" to sound less suspicious :D
Don't worry I couldn't care less if people pirate this software and I'll make no attempt hunting you down if you do.
Ofc I prefer to get paid, but truth is preventing piracy just doesn't worth the time and effort for a private individual like me.
So do whatever you feel is right. I will never know. But you will always live in fear that maybe I lied.
There are mac and linux versions but they are super old and not maintained anymore, if you manage to make it work feel free to use it (don't buy a license since its not supported version)
result image can either be the size of the input image or smaller (there's a checkbox to determine that) but can't be larger.
If you need to just scale up the image you can use any photo editing software to scale it, just make sure you use nearest neighbor filtering so it won't get blurry, and that you increase size in round factors so that pixels will duplicate evenly. But if you do that - ask yourself first if you really need the source image larger and not just scale it in runtime in whatever platform you present the image on?
If you need to scale up the image with actually adding more details to it, and not just duplicate pixels, that's something Pixelator can't do. Adding details to scale up image is a whole different thing and usually involves ML
Update: didn't implement full controls settings yet, but in the meantime I added a checkbox to disable double-press for dash + added X as alternative key for dashing.
So you can go to settings and uncheck the double press dash and use X.
Have fun! :)
Thank you for the feedback. I will add an option to switch between double press and a designated key in the next update (and update the web version to have controls settings, which is currently only available in the full version).
Lol strange, maybe it was permission issue? Regarding the new issue, I suspect that # in source path, can you try to remove it? UI is actually html and it's images with src pointing on the file, since # have a special meaning in URLs it might mess it up.
Do you see any preview file in that folder? Don't remember the exact name but it should contain the word preview.
Also what happens if you copy the entire command from view -> shell command, and run it yourself from cmd?
looks like it fail to load the preview image (there's a little broken image icon in the corner) but I don't see any error message, so maybe there's something off about the location pixelator is in, which is where the preview is created.
Can you please paste the full path of where pixelator exe is located? And just to make sure, you didn't get any error message you dismissed right?
Sorry I don't speak the language the error message is in (is that German?) but from the folder path it looks like you're trying to run the exe from within the zip file, which wouldn't work (as the exe can't access other files from inside the zip).
If that's the case can you please extract the zipped folder first, and run from the extracted folder?
Can you please try running pixelator as administrator, and if that doesn't work, save to a different location (maybe something like C:/temp-test) to see if it works there?
Hi sorry for the huge delay in response I missed several comments. The batch processing is indeed a bit slow... I don't have any concrete plan for a future version until it's needed (due to one of the components getting outdated or too many feature requests) but I'll take this into consideration when I do.
There's a lot to improve in terms of performance here..
Hi sorry for the huge delay in response I missed a lot of comments apparently..
you don't have to put it in credits, but ofc it will be very appreciated :) also feel free to drop a link to your game when released so I can check it out