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Old 05 November 2019, 21:41   #1
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ObjManip (Object Manipulator)

ObjManip (Object Manipulator) by Mark Papadakis
seems to be a nice program to edit icons, bobs, shapes, brushes,...

I can't get the Load/Save Dialog working. It does nothing and just doesn't open any requester. It doesn't seem to be a shareware restriction as it doesn't open a nag screen and the aminet description and .guide tell it's full working even when unregistered.

I tried it in Winuae on an A600 and A1200 system (.guide tells kick 3.1 is supported) with wb3.1 and wbClassic and checked libs: for req.library and reqtools.library to be present.

Am I missing something simple to get this running?
Any other interesting alternatives out there? (I know of DeluxePaint, Grafx2,...)

PS: The installer of objManip just copies one font folder, but misses the corresponding .font file, so -needless to say- just manually copy it.

Last edited by Nightshft; 06 November 2019 at 04:09. Reason: Made the last sentence clear.
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