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Title: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: RHDNBot on February 26, 2008, 08:56:38 am
Update By: Matthew Callis

Scrubby is a tool to (eventually) edit sprites and other data in ROM files for OSX. There's wasn't an all purpose tool for this for OSX and I missed YY-CHR so I started Scrubby. Scrubby currently supports the following ROM image types:



   Right now all you can really do is view sprite data and save it, but I am finishing up editing the data. So far:



   To-Do:


Staff Note - You can also find this archived here (http://www.romhacking.net/utils/509/), currently categorized as a graphics viewer so as not to confuse the kids.

Relevant Link: (http://eludevisibility.org/project/6/)
Title: Re: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: Draken on February 26, 2008, 09:01:18 am
Thanks for bringing more apps to OSX!
Title: Re: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: KaioShin on February 26, 2008, 09:03:14 am
I strongly suggest getting rid of the console names for different graphic formats. It always confuses the new people to think those are standards, when it's just a common thing among many games of a console.
Title: Re: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: Blasingame on February 27, 2008, 01:37:24 am
is there a program like scruby for windows?
Title: Re: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: BRPXQZME on February 27, 2008, 03:25:59 am
YY-CHR?
Title: Re: Utilities: Scrubby OSX Sprite Viewer / Editor
Post by: Matthew Callis on February 28, 2008, 08:58:29 am
I strongly suggest getting rid of the console names for different graphic formats. It always confuses the new people to think those are standards, when it's just a common thing among many games of a console.
What would be some useful names? I'm open to any and all suggestion about anything. I didn't really know how else to differentiate them all so I took the most common format.