JINZO Paint 16-color 1.10 (Details) - Windows CE Software Compatibility List (2024)

This is a bugfix release incorporating:

Fixed an issue where the file picker dialog didn't work properly on SHARP Brain devices.
Fixed an issue where JINZO Paint was calling the WriteFile API excessively, leading to the file save taking too much time and slowing down the device.
Fixed an issue where JINZO Paint didn't enable the Save (overwrite) menu on file opens.

This release doesn't support tGetFile because it's not an OSS. You can build a version with it by defining the USE_TGETFILE macro and adding required headers and libraries.

Become a Rembrandt on your HPC...nice 16 color drawing program.

JINZO PAINT (16-color version) is a paint-based drawing tool that runs on WindowsCE.
In addition to basic drawing, cut-and-paste, loupe, fill, straight line/rectangle/ellipse drawing, and save/load functions, it is equipped with powerful color calculation functions.
The data that can be handled is only the 16-color data of the actual screen size.

4. Function description

File menu
Edit menu
Tool selection
Pen size
pen color
Pen pattern
Eraser size

The image above is the JINZO Paint screen. With the stylus pen, you can draw on the white part in the center. The size is the actual screen size, 240 x 270 pixels on PsPC with the taskbar displayed.
You can switch functions in the upper menu bar.
(1) File menu

You can use the following functions from the pull-down menu.

Load the image data.
2, 4, 8, 16, 24 bit/pixel uncompressed BMP can be handled, but converted to 16 colors. However, in the case of 8, 16, 24bit/pixel, data after conversion is not guaranteed.
You can load an image of any size, but if it is smaller than the actual screen size, it will be aligned to the upper left. It is also truncated if it is larger.
Save As...
Save the image data by specifying a file name in 4bit/pixel BMP format.
Overwrite and save the image data in 4bit/pixel BMP format. Only available after doing a Save As...
Save Clipboard
Save the image data stored in the clipboard in 4bit/pixel BMP format. It can be executed only when a rectangular area is stored in the clipboard.
Palette Load
By specifying a BMP file, you can load the palette information for that image.
Load Custom Tone
By specifying a BMP file, you can use the upper left 16x16 pixel image as the pen style.
Clear All
Fill the entire editing screen with white.
"About" dialog will be displayed.
"Exit JINZO Paint."

Since it supports tGetFile.dll by Tillanosoft, you can expect improved operability by installing tGetFile.dll for PsPC, PocketPC, and PocketPostPet.
(2) Edit menu

You can use the following functions from the pull-down menu.

Select Rect Area
Select a rectangular area.
Select Free Area
Select an irregular area.
Select All
Select the entire area.
Magic Wand
Selects a continuous area of the same color as the tapped coordinates. Can be specified consecutively.
Copy the area selected by either Select RectArea, Select FreeArea, Select All or MagicWand to ClipBoard and fill that area with white.
In addition, ClipBoard data is displayed on the screen and can be moved by dragging (moving with a stylus pen).
Same as Cut, but does not fill the selected area with white.
Draw the ClipBoard data displayed on the screen into the edited image.
Show Clipboard
Display the ClipBoard data on the screen and make it movable by dragging (moving with a stylus pen).
Cancel the Cut&Paste operation and switch to pen drawing mode.
Specify rotation/reversal and processing for the ClipBoard data displayed on the screen. It has the following submenus.
Flip Vertical
flip upside down
Flip horizontal
Flip horizontal
Rotate Left
Left rotation
Rotate Right
Right rotation
Selected area inversion
Trace Edge
A lasso. Exclude a continuous area of any color that touches the outer circumference of the selection area from the selection area
Select Color Area
Target the selected area of any color within the selected area and exclude the other
Expand the selected area by 1 dot
Set Area Color
Select colors to use in Trace Edge and Select Color Area
Background Color
Specify the background color when drawing with a pen. Details will be explained in another section (background color setting).
Color Convert
Make color conversion settings for the displayed ClipBoard data. Details will be explained in another section (color conversion function).
Palette option
Set the color calculation function for the original image color and drawing color. Details will be explained in another section (color calculation function).

Color set
Perform the settings for each of the 16 colors. Details will be explained in another section (color setting).

(3) Tool selection

You can select the following tools from the pull-down menu.

"Pen drawing mode."
"Eraser mode."
By clicking or dragging the screen, you can set the color of the coordinates of the drawing screen as the drawing color. After obtaining the color, switch to pen drawing mode.
Scroll the edited image by dragging the screen.
"Fill in." The fill color and pattern applied are those selected with the button.
"Draw the characters." Select it and tap the screen to open the dialog. The following items can be specified in the dialog.
Specify the font type.
Specify the font size.
(middle input box)
Enter the characters. You can enter multiple lines.
Specify the line spacing when entering multiple lines.
Specify the character alignment for multi-line input. You can specify left alignment, center, or right alignment.
Specify italics.
Specify bold.
After entering each item and selecting OK, a string will be drawn on the ClipBoard and displayed at the coordinates tapped at the start. Drag to where you want to draw and use Cut&Paste's Paste command to draw on the edited image.
Draw straight lines, rectangles, and ellipses. The line type, color, and fill pattern selected with the button are applied. It has the following submenus.
straight line
Rectangle Fill
A filled rectangle
Circle Fill
A filled ellipse
While holding down the action button on PsPC and the shift key on HPC, straight lines become horizontal and vertical lines, rectangles become squares, and ellipses become perfect circles.

(4) Pen size, (5) Pen color, (6) Pen pattern, (7) Eraser size

You can change the pen size by pressing (4).

You can change the color of the pen by pressing (5).

You can change the pen pattern by pressing (6).

There are 8 types of pen styles: 100%, 87.5%, 75%, 62.5%, 50%, 37.5%, 25% and 12.5%.
If the density is less than 100%, it is thinned out in places, but the thinned dots will be the background color (the color specified in the BackGround Color dialog). (Background color in the above figure (upper) = None)
The figure above (bottom) is drawn at 50% over 75% and 25%, but even if you draw a style with a low density on top of a style with a high density, the density will remain at the original high density.
When CT is selected, the 16x16 pixel pattern specified in Load CustomTone is specified as the style. Select Reverse to reverse the pattern.

You can change the size of the eraser by pressing (7).
"Eraser color = white, pattern = 100%."
Since the pen size, color, and style settings just before selecting the eraser remain, you can resume drawing from those settings by pressing the pen button again or selecting the pen from the tool button.
(8) Loupe

By magnifying glass mode, it is possible to edit with an enlarged image.
The magnification can be set from 1x (normal), 2x, 3x, 4x, and 8x.
If it is other than 1x, checking x1view will display the original size image in the upper left.
The original size display setting can be set individually for each magnification. At startup, 2x is the non-display setting, and 3, 4, 8x is the display setting. You can scroll with the Hand tool or the cursor keys. Also, at 1x, the scroll coordinates return to the origin.

(This picture is the data created by Pae)

(9) Undo

You can undo once for each type of drawing.
Background color setting

"Set the background color when drawing with a pen."

When you select BackGround Color from the Edit menu, the dialog shown above will open.
There are transparent and 16-color buttons. If the pattern is 100% or less, the color specified here will be the background color.

The above figure is a drawing example with drawing color = red, (middle) background color = no color, and (right) with background color = green.
Color conversion function

Set the color conversion for the ClipBoard data being displayed.

When you select Color Convert from Edit, the dialog shown above will open.
There are 16 drawing colors from the top, each with radio buttons for 16 conversion colors.
In addition, there are vertical and horizontal guidelines, and you can move the guides by clicking the 16-color display on the left and top edges. Also, by clicking the drawing screen outside the dialog, you can move to the drawn color of the coordinates you clicked on the vertical guideline. Reset to the initial state by tapping the button with diagonal lines on the upper left. In the image above, each of the 16 colors is set to its own color.

"Here, look at the example."
This is an example of drawing a sketch.

Draw a sketch with color (a). (grey here)
Draw the main line with color (b). (black furnace here)
Select RectArea?Copy to copy the target to his ClipBoard.
By checking color (a) ? color (c) (white here), the color (a) part will be converted to color (c), so you can erase the stroke by pasting this. .

Color calculation function

Set the relationship between the drawing color and the color of the original image.

When you select Palette Option from the Edit menu, the dialog shown above will open.
There are 16 drawing colors from the top, each with a check box for the 16 original image colors. By tapping each check box, you can toggle whether it is checked or not.
Also, by tapping the display part of each color on the top and left, you can turn ON / OFF the column at once.
In the above figure, the drawing color = red, the background color = black is not checked, and the others are checked.

These are also displayed with or without [·] at the right end of the color selection button pull-down menu. You can also change the settings by tapping [·].

"Here, look at the example."

In the case of drawing in dark gray over black and light gray, it is normally drawn in dark gray over black and light gray as shown above. However, if you uncheck the drawing color = dark gray and the original image color = light gray in the color options, it will not be drawn in light gray as shown below.
In this way, you can freely set whether to draw with the drawing color against the color of the original image.

In addition, I will introduce some convenient ways to use the color calculation function.

(i) This is an example of coloring a black outline.

When coloring the contour lines in the above image (upper), if you uncheck the drawing color = dark gray/light gray and the original image color = black in the color options, you can paint the contour lines as they are. can.

(ii) This is an example of shading with light gray and then adding a two-step shadow with dark gray.

If you don't set the color option, dark gray will be applied over black and white like the lower left, so it's troublesome to correct.
If you uncheck the drawing color = dark gray and the original image color = black and white in the color option and check only light gray, it will not draw in black and white and draw only in light gray , so you can draw a dark color without worrying about it overflowing.

color setting

Set the RGB values for each of the 16 colors.

When you select Color Set from the Edit menu, the dialog shown above will open. There are 16 color buttons on the top, which you can click to select the color you want to set. You can also change the order by dragging.
Set the RGB values with the R, G, B slide bars below.
By clicking outside the dialog, you can change the setting target color to the color in which the coordinates are drawn.

If you set the sound to play when you tap the screen, the pen drawing may become dirty. In that case, turn off the sound in the system settings.
Depending on the model, if the pen pressure is weak, drawing may behave unexpectedly. In that case, please write with stronger pen pressure.
If you start this program with the setting to automatically hide the taskbar, you can make the drawing area as wide as the taskbar.

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