For you, MPen, I made a way to add palettes like so:
palettes["MPen"] = '#101,#423,#236,#444,#842,#362,#d44,#776,#58d,#d82,#89a,#6a2,#da9,#6cd,#ed5,#efd'.split(',')
And change the replay delay like so:
anbt.delay = 500 (5x slower)
anbt.delay = 500
Solyr, prettiness! Was pleasure to watch that being drawn.
Marsupial in March colours!
Just a quick Ganondorf with this pallet
damn 21 seconds flat, you are a fast drawer Clunse ;)
The playback thingy goes way faster than the actual drawing speed, so it took a bit longer than that.
Still, I get the "Whoa there quickdraw!" message a lot.
quickdraw you say?
i also get the quickdraw message
This duel will shape the world to come.
...And suddenly a llama!
D: its Dastardly the llama, the ruffiest, toughiest, quick draw of them all
In the recent update I turned the canvas into single-player Drawception.
Now you can practice against 10 minute timer, or just choose a random crazy caption for inspiration!
(There's a new ▼ menu button for that)
You can't create single dots anymore.
This is the imgur page. The drawing is completely blank.
This is the Sandbox page. The drawing is not completely blank.
> You can't create single dots anymore.
I cannot reproduce that. Can you specify in more detail what you did, in which browser? Also, does the error appear when saving the image to your computer?
I just opened the Sandbox to draw a quick face.
If I save the image the dots still don't appear.
I use Google Chrome.
It does not seem to happen when I'm in Incognito mode, I thought it might have something to do with my extensions, but there was no difference when I turned them off.
SORT OF EDIT: When I finished writing this, I remembered the #1 rule to all problems - turning it off and on again. So I closed Chrome and opened it again. That fixed it.
Oh well then, if it comes back, let me know!
During the bug-hunting I've encountered that fills weren't saved correctly. I hope nobody used them (Shift+F) yet!
Now in most recent update they do work.
I don't use that in regular games either. Too exploity to me.
Tested it again, it's back. Restarting the browser fixes it, but only temporarily.
I switch between tabs during drawing a lot, maybe that has something to do with it?
Grom: Nice one :D
Even if it does require manual furtling, at least it's something.
And ... are those seriously 12-bit palettes (retro cool :p), or does it automatically determine between 12, 16 and 24 or whatever depending on submitted word length?