All releases of Height Map Editor

  •  08 Oct 2002 20:12
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    Release Notes: A bug that caused the cursor to keep the hourglass form indefinitely after loading a BMP or saving a map selection has been fixed. A bug in the BMP loading routine that might have crashed the program on some Linux distributions has been fixed. The BMP files that have the width non-divisible by 4 load correctly.

    •  04 Oct 2002 21:08
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      Release Notes: A pseudo isometric preview has been added (nothing very impressive, but it's better than nothing). Press Tab to switch between standard and isometric view. A small bug that sometimes caused a crash when resizing the window to very small sizes has been fixed. Note that the bug that randomly crashes the program when resizing the window on Linux hasn't been fixed yet.

      •  30 Aug 2002 23:25
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        Release Notes: A fix for a bug that caused the cursor to remain forever in the hourglass shape whenever the terrain was saved as BMP, and a fix for a bug that caused the program to save the configuration file in the last-used directory instead of the home directory.

        •  28 Aug 2002 20:37
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          Release Notes: A "Global Replace" tool has been added that works exactly like the magic wand, the only exception being the fact that instead of changing only the neighbour heights that match the tolerance factor, it changes all the heights that match the tolerance factor, on the entire map. So now you can do things like increase all the heights on the map between 0 and 15, with 20 pixels.

          •  22 Aug 2002 20:54
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            Release Notes: The "Replace" (Magic Wand) tool has been improved, so now it can also add/dig into the terrain. A Pattern fill mode has been added.

            •  18 Aug 2002 12:45
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              Release Notes: A tool that allows you to embed objects in the existing terrain was added, so now you can customize your height maps even further by adding rivers, volcanos, craters, and so on. This tool can add, subtract, and place objects on the existing terrain, so you can do virtually anything with it as long as you have the right templates. A bug that prevented the cursor shape from properly changing in some rare circumstances was fixed.

              •  09 Aug 2002 21:21
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                Release Notes: This release has cursors for different tools, so you can't possibly forget you are using the Flood tool and accidentally flood the terrain again. Tool tips have been added (run the mouse over the tool icons to see what they do).

                •  31 Jul 2002 05:28
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                  Release Notes: This release features an undo buffer, a rotation and flip menu, and a nice icon. The replace (magic wand) and flood tools are now non-recursive, taking much less memory than before at the expense of speed.

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