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btw, this video will probably disappear once I’ve decided how to make the interface.
One of the features I’ve been asked for is a way to retain colors in the panels instead of having them change every time. Now it’s easy to keep or reject the color of a panel by using the checkbox in the bar that spans the two characters in the panel. I also liked being able to extend the panel color directly into the character-editing section, to give a better preview of what the strip would look like.
Okay, so this wasn’t something anyone else actually requested, but I thought it might make the interface nicer, so I figured out how to add the character outlines behind the selections for the six expressions:
I haven’t tweaked the CSS to make sure everything lines up exactly right in all browsers, so if it looks strange on your computer, let me know so I can ask you to test it when I have the CSS in place.
In response to popular demand for more choices and less randomness, I have added a character picker.
This is the second installment of the screen-capture videos I have been making to help people use Comic-O-Matic. The first one is available here: