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Pinball-Browser : Customize your game !

By oga83

8 years ago


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Post #1 Description of capabilities and download link. Posted by oga83 (8 years ago)

Post #600 How to find the names of the lamp matrix locations. Posted by oga83 (8 years ago)

Post #858 Video on how to replace a song. Posted by Underspin (8 years ago)

Post #1432 Macro function explained. Posted by oga83 (7 years ago)


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#1757 6 years ago

is there someway to make the color identify tool keep the color u identify so u can use it on another frame? if not something like that would be a time saver forsure. u know goto edit image, click color identify tool it saves it into memory so if u open another frame its saved somehow, so u can use this color on another frame obviously if the same palette is selected.
had to edit my post and ask another something...

in windows paint, u can cut and copy things from pictures, u know select any part of a image u want and copy it onto something else. is there a way u can do this in pinball browser, where u go edit image select part of it copy it into "memory" then go to another image and paste what u just copied... that would save a tons of time surely, i mean right now im busy coloring frame by frame, but alot of things are the same so i tend to have to color parts that i already did in the previous image over and over, to just copy and paste would take a second.

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#1914 5 years ago

u can use a sound recorder on your pc to record to sounds, if u really wanted them... thats to say if u can play the sound.

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#1938 5 years ago
Quoted from darden78:

hi everybody, i'm from italy and my english is not so good, so i ask you about this software because i'm not sure i understand everything!!
i tried to put in the software the wcs eprom file, it opens and i can see every frame of the display but if i well understand i can't modify anything on it, isn't it?
so i tried to put the eprom file of a rollercoaster but it tells me "firmware unknown" or something like that and it doesn't open, can someone tells me why?
thanks everybody..

u cant modify bally/williams firmwares. im not even sure it can be done in the same way they doing stern ones. a colordmd type of approach surely could be done by olga im sure its not even a problem in terms of doing it and more one as in regards to copyright. but maybe he will pull something out the bag in the end. i myself and many others would love to be able todo that.

as in regards to rollercoaster tycoon, thats whitestar. think oga is still working on that.

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