Since Pico-8 will import a graphic and adapt it to the default palette, seems like if someone has done poke(0x5f2e,1), it could simply adapt to the current palette? An external tool could be made, but it seems like it would be replicating what Pico-8 could probably do with little effort?
Hidden Palette people would really appreciate it!
Also, pretty please with sugar on top.
I've posted a repository of image processing tools to GitHub, which will deal with this specific thing. I have a little more work to do to make it more user-friendly, add some quality-of-life features, and improve performance.
- Downscales images to 128x128 or smaller
- Supports custom palettes or recommends a palette across all 32 available colors
- Writes output into a new cartridge with both the graphics and the palette
- Allows preview and comparison between the original downscaled image and the color-converted one
Hope it helps!
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