If you want to have a custom palette, or run the game from somewhere besides the game's directory, or maybe a few more options, copy this text and save as 'Options.cfg'
***Following line should contain the desired default filename***
***Next line should contain location of palette bitmap***
***Next line should contain directory of loaded/saved skins***
***Enable autoloading of last skin?***
***Next line auto-updates with the name of the last skin opened***
***Start program with left pixel grid on?***
***Start program with right pixel grid on?***
I'd like some testing done with the config file...
And I need to add a custom directory for the brush preset.
This file will be editable in the program itself in the future.
Edit:Also, is there a tool to make skins no team color?
Well if you mean not using the palette colors at all...no. Unless you copy the palette and edit the other one for custom colors. Alternatively you could use colors that don't change in the palette...but for extra colors you'll have to either make a custom palette or edit in a separate program. I may add a dialog for making a custom color, but I don't really encourage it -- for official releases I believe skins must be low-res and use the default palette.
Edit: I've been adding more information to the first post, has anyone tried the shape tools yet?
(Shortcuts 'E' 'R' and 'L' respectively)
For the Ellipse and Rectangle tools, you click to set a 'corner point' and then drag and release for the opposite corner. While drawing you can hold [alt] to draw from the center of the shape, or [space] to move the shape before drawing. This is hard to explain with words, so try it out. You can toggle between filled and outlined shapes with the '[' and ']' keys.
In the Line Tool, the controls are similar to the Ellipse and Rectangle tools. You can also push [ctrl] to start a new line segment, and hold [alt] to temporarily use the pencil tool. Each new line-segment is an undo-able step.