[Release]Kame Editor - 3DS Theme Editor for non-Windows Users

Discussion in '3DS - ROM Hacking, Translations and Utilities' started by Tychon, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. Tychon
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    So finally, Kame Editor has reached v1.0.0 and can be used to create full featured 3DS themes. You can find the Mac builds here: https://bitbucket.org/beelzy/kame-editor/downloads/
    I have a PKGBUILD in the AUR for Archlinux users here: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/kame-editor-git
    And you can find the source code here: https://gitlab.com/beelzy/kame-editor

    If you are or know a distro maintainer who would be interested in packaging this app, there are packaging notes in the source repo, but it shouldn't be too complicated.

    There will be more to come; currently, Kame Editor doesn't display the 3D folder in the top screen. I'm still trying to decide how best to do that.

    Theoretically, Kame Editor should work on Windows; I've just never tried it and wasn't sure if there was interest for it.
     

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  2. valiantheart18

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    Looks good!
     
  3. Tychon
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    Another update.

    1.0.2
    * Transparent textures will show up in the preview with a black background like they do on the 3DS. The image picker thumbnail still looks the same.
    * Certain elements in the preview will show their pressed state when you try to change the pressed colors.
    * Thanks to fpm, I am now including some .deb builds for Debian/Ubuntu-based distro users.

    And the biggest change: Translations are now included. I started with a German one, but it's probably got plenty of grammar issues; feel free to improve on it or add another one. If you're interested, there are some instructions on the Qt page for how to go about it: https://doc.qt.io/qt-5/linguist-translators.html And in the README: https://gitlab.com/beelzy/kame-editor#translations
    If you're not interested in building from source, I'd recommend getting Linguist from here instead of downloading the entire Qt framework: https://github.com/lelegard/qtlinguist-installers/releases
    If you're on Linux, you probably already have it anyways, or your package manager provides it in a more reasonable size.

    I haven't created the Settings widget yet, so you can't manually change the language yet; it's still tied to your OS system language.
     
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