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OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.7 released

Added by planetmaker over 8 years ago

OpenGFX 0.3.7 is a maintenance release which supplies the new sprites introduced in recent OpenTTD nightlies (r22973 and r22984) for climate-aware buoys and the group profit and autoreplace icons. This update is recommended for all, especially those who play with nightly versions :-)

OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.6 released

Added by planetmaker over 8 years ago

With OpenGFX 0.3.6 rivers got a differently looking water and improved riverbanks and rivermouths to look quite distinct from canals. Other changes include enhanced building stages for the food processing plant and fixes to some trees where some pixels on one side were truncated.

OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.5 released

Added by planetmaker almost 9 years ago

Among a rework of many aircraft, based on aircraft drawn by Pikka, reworked by DanMacK, and reworked rail rolling stock by DanMacK, this release features a new food processing plant and slightly modified saw mill and also fixes the invisible food wagon for maglev.

For a full changelog see http://bundles.openttdcoop.org/opengfx/releases/LATEST/changelog.txt

OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.4 released

Added by planetmaker about 9 years ago

OpenGFX 0.3.4 brings a lot of new sprites. Most important it brings new short tiles which fade better into the ground, have a better smoothness around certain corners but still preserve the breakers. Also it features completely new trees for the arctic and temperate climates and improved sprites for the factory, steel mill and farms, especially in their transparent view and building stages. And of course there's a range of bug fixes

OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.3. released

Added by planetmaker about 9 years ago

OpenGFX 0.3.3. has been released. Among a number of bug fixes, we started to rework trains and planes again. The new planes are based on Pikka's av8 and are reworked by DanMacK. Arctic trains also saw a refurbishment thanks to DanMacK and now are more distinct for its climate.

GRFCodec / NFORenum: GRFCodec 5.1.1

Added by Rubidium about 9 years ago

Today we released a new stable of GRFCodec. The most visible change in this release is that decoding GRFs yields PNG spritesheet files by default. The other changes are changes to NFORenum('s data files) due to specification updates. In other words, it's a maintainance release.

OpenGFX: OpenGFX 0.3.2. released

Added by planetmaker over 9 years ago

OpenGFX 0.3.2 has been released and among a number of bugs fixed it provides more toylandish road vehicles, aircraft and ships. Get the new release from bananas or the DevZone A full changelog is also available

GRFCodec / NFORenum: GRFCodec 5.1.0

Added by Rubidium over 9 years ago

Today we released a new stable of GRFCodec. The most visible feature in this release is adding support for using PNG files as source graphics files for NewGRFs instead of using PCX; you can actually also convert your NewGRF into NFO and a (set of) PNG file(s). The majority of the other changes are fixes for problems found with valgrind and NFORenum's data file updates.

DevZone Help Center: New Server

Added by Ammler over 9 years ago

The new server was bought some months ago already, finally we got some time to move and split the #openttdcoop services to the new infrastructure.

The DevZone and the bundles repository will get their own IP (v4):
dev.openttdcoop.org 178.63.83.101
bundles.openttdcoop.org 178.63.83.102
other services will use either one of those...
Bouncer bnc.openttdcoop.org 101 (also webchat) --> already moved.

planetmaker also setup a donation account, so if someone feels like helping us with financing it, feel free to donate using the yellow paypal button. :-)

Finally, when (or if) I will learn how to setup IPv6, the whole infrastructure should also be connectable with it. But that is something for later. ;-)

GRFCodec / NFORenum: GRFCodec 5.0.0

Added by Rubidium over 9 years ago

Today we released a new stable of GRFCodec which from now on includes NFORenum as well.

The most visible changes in this release are further silencing options to both GRFCodec and NFORenum's output. This should make it easier to spot errors. Furthermore cropping is now supported for big-endian architectures. That leaves only a few packager related improvements and NFORenum data file updates.

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