Very quickly, since I need to go to bed now!
Now saves in PNG format, instead of BMP. (Huge disk space savings!)
(Uses libPNG to save. Note: Previously-saved BMPs can’t be loaded.
Sorry! They must be converted to PNG.)
If ‘current’ image didn’t exist, it won’t ask if you wish to replace it
when you go to save.
Added US coins, flowers and flags to rubber stamps.
© Justin Zeigler 2002 Administered by The Project Impresarios of GOVIA.
Tool buttons disabled when ‘Open’ dialog is displayed.
Stamps can be colored using the color picker.
(Certain stamps can have this enabled. For example, right now, the
mathematical and musical stamps do.) The stamp really becomes a kind
of limited brush. Create a “STAMP.dat” file for the stamp, and stick
the word “colorable” in it.)
(Thanks to Fabian Franz for the suggestion.)
Stamps can be tinted using the color picker.
(Certain stamps can have this enabled.) The stamp’s brightness and
saturation are kept, but the hue of the currently-picked color is used.
Create a “STAMP.dat” file for the stamp, and stick the word
"tintable" in it.)
LOCALE_PREFIX, the location where translation files (".mo") should be
installed, is now based on PREFIX in Makefile. Source has been
updated with a ‘bindtextdomain()’ (which was used under Win32),
which lets ‘gettext()’ find the translations, regardless of where
they are. (e.g., you can install as a non-root user now)
Updated Spanish translations of stamp descriptions.
Selector sound effect doesn’t get played when a stamp is selected
which has its own sound effect.