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Hello all I've had some PICO-8 palettes lying around for Aseprite for a while so I decided to create a gitlab repo and let others use them. I know Aseprite comes with PICO-8, but I created a more complete set based off a palette image i found.

The repo is at https://gitlab.com/pico-8/aseprite

If you don't want to go to the repo the extension file is:
parlortricks-pico-8-palettes.aseprite-extension

Here is what it looks like if you follow the installation:

Hope this helps out someone :)

P#98528 2021-10-12 03:48

not quite sure what happened to your example picture but nice to know that the gpls are easier to grab now! (From my expirence the default ase green is off and I think possibly all of them but green is the most noticeable, so that's why I made my own gpl, but having the whole set of course is nice too.) (Or maybe that was because of my viewing settings.. not sure.)

P#98531 2021-10-12 06:54 ( Edited 2021-10-12 06:55)

@SmellyFishstiks if there is an issue with the colours, just let me know what settings i should adjust, ill update the files in the repo.

Edit: ill check it all against the wiki as it has them all listed. ill update here if anythings changed

Edit: values checked against the wiki and they match

P#98532 2021-10-12 06:57 ( Edited 2021-10-12 07:22)

I think i understand what you're talking about now. I have Aseprite, PICO-8 and a PNG palette open and the colour pink for example is displayed 3 different shades, but when you eye drop the colour, all the values are the same.

That is really annoying!

P#98564 2021-10-13 02:10

Ya.. was just mentioning it because when using f6/f8/f9 to capture and looking at those vs ase’s default it wasn’t the same, though maybe it was my display settings or something but on the safe side I sampled my file from the actual export pico has.

P#98576 2021-10-13 10:29

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