4P is a pixel-based image editor. Its strength lies in editing palette-based images rather than true- color images.


Recent releases

  •  19 Dec 2001 00:56

    Release Notes: More of the GUI has been implemented (modal dialogs, bitmap buttons, listview, and file requestor), and palettes load along with images being loaded.

    •  16 Sep 2001 07:08

      Release Notes: New GUI layer was integrated and a new flood fill algorithm has been implemented.

      •  26 Mar 2001 05:20

        Release Notes: Optimized the main blit loop. Implemented dirty rectangles for increased drawing speed. More design work for the user interface.

        •  08 Dec 2000 20:40

          Release Notes: Addition of resizable internal circular and square brushes, reworking all of the brush handling code, and the beginning of work on the UI code (menus) and the internal palettes.

          •  28 Nov 2000 22:32

            Release Notes: IFF image loading, custom brushes, flip, rotate, and resize custom brushes, three brush draw modes (Matte, Color, Replace), 3 and 5 point scatterbrushes, better rubberbanding, better update code, Circle, Cheesy-Filled Circle, Copy to Spare, and better mouse cursors.

            Recent comments

            23 Dec 2001 05:35 tarzeau

            love this!
            if it ever can load/save that's gonna rock my boat
            and the menu doesn't work yet, but it looks very promising
            #demoscene (opn, irc.debian.org)


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