changing the palette in NES Screen Tool

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changing the palette in NES Screen Tool

Post by hawken » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:50 am

is this possible?

I love NESst to bits but the palette isn't the one I prefer for NES work (colourful PAL rather than the NTSC or what this is).

Once stuff is finished and goes in to code it doesn't matter so much but sometimes I choose the wrong palette values.
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Re: changing the palette in NES Screen Tool

Post by FrankenGraphics » Wed Feb 08, 2017 3:09 am

Not in any convenient way i'm aware of, except maybe:
-go to the folder called "src"
-open palette.h in your programmers' notepad of choice.
-Open a copy of NESST in a hex editor and search for these values.
-Replace them manually


Alternately, since the whole source is included, you can just edit palette.h and compile it yourself.

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