The Sprite Editor is a tool to visually add, delete and modify objects and sprites for your mod. You can load your mods sprites.png file and add objects and sprites to the file. The editor lets you export that data which you can copy to your materials.txt file.
Your comments and suggestions are highly appreciated!
- Load sprites.png
- Add, modify and delete objects with basic functionality (all non-sprite related parameters can be added by hand into a textfield for now)
- Add, resize, move, delete, modify sprites to your objects directly on your sprites.png file
- Additional sprites for rotate types and special sprites (stacks, entities) are displayed
- Add, move, delete modify markers (for slots) and the facing direction
- Import an existing materials.txt file to modify it
- Export your object/sprite/marker data to copy it to your materials.txt (previously imported and not used contents like rooms, equipment etc. will also be exported)
- Retrieve objects and sprites which are outside of the sprites bounds (when changing the dimensions of sprites.png)
- Save/load your progress on your browsers local storage
- Keyboard Shortcuts
- Confirmation prompt when deleting (especially when erasing the local storage)
- History feature with undo and redo
- Better handling of additional parameters
- A standalone site (without wordpress frame, because it messes with the css)
- Copy and paste objects or sprites (I've to check what works better)
- Saving the sprite to the local storage
Future Features (hardly depending on the feedback and use in the community):
- Standalone program to download and use on the computer
I've made two preview videos of a version before 1.0:
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v1.0 (2015/03/22) - Initial release
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I’m currently working on a modding tool for Prison Architect, wich allows to visually work with your sprite file and create/modify the materials.txt file. Before I release it I wanted to give you a preview and ask what you think about it. I made a short video covering the basic functions of the tool and I'll make another video with additional functions and ask some of your questions (if you have some).
This is the very first time I recorded a video, so don't be too harsh, but feedback is highly appreciated!