Good one, UB !
I'll have to try out this logo thing too. I was actually going to mention it in suggestions, so you are not taking necessarily a picture from your program but something better, a full 128x128x16 custom imported .PNG - as you've done here.
dw, I was talking about the original topic.
for anybody wondering:
graphics you "ctlr-c" in pico can be "ctrl-v" in the forum (and back, click on the [128x128] on the side of my pic above, you can copy the text and paste in pico's sprite editor)
now the trick to copy 128x128 pixels from pico:
put the sprite editor in fullscreen (second icon top-left), maximize your windowed pico-8, use the select tool from 0,0 to 127,127 (past the actual pico screen).
in any case that's how I do it, I'd be glad to hear about something easier :)
something like ctrl-f5 to copy the current screen would be ace. and ctrl-a for the sprite editor :)
Clipboard-text screenshot in one line:
s="[".."gfx]8080" for a=0x6000,0x7fff do h=tostr(peek(a),true) s=s..sub(h,6,6)..sub(h,5,5) end printh(s.."[/gfx]","@clip")
Clipboard-text spriteshot in one line:
s="[".."gfx]8080" for a=0,0x1fff do h=tostr(peek(a),true) s=s..sub(h,6,6)..sub(h,5,5) end printh(s.."[/gfx]","@clip")
Note: I had to break up the opening gfx tag across two concatenated strings in this code because the BBS was interpreting the gfx tag inside the code block as a tag, rather than code. Obviously you don't really need to split it like that. :P
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