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md0u80c9: No. The main ArtWorks application does have very comprehensive bitmap export facilities and export of alpha sprites is likely to appear in ArtWorks soon, but I cannot see any point in having it in AWRender. I cannot understand why you think that an AWRender extension would "make ArtWorks quite a powerful tool for producing bitmapped images, too". First of all, by all means, ArtWorks *is* quite a powerful tool for producing bitmapped images, e.g., the complete RISC OS 5 icon set was produced using ArtWorks. Secondly, if you want to produce alpha sprites using ArtWorks, then surely, the logical thing to ask for is alpha sprite export from ArtWorks?

 is a RISC OS Userwuerthne on 20/4/06 9:10AM
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