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Here's a handy utility from the MIK Entertainment vault. This program is my in-house tool to modify palettes in my game, "Captain Crusader and the Martian Invasion". Simple and straight-forward to use, and free! With this utility program you can edit a 256 color palette (new or loaded from a picture) in any way imaginable, then re-save the palette as a picture which can easily be "grabbed" in the Allegro grabber... Basics: - Cursor keys to move and select color - ENTER key to select a range (if needed) - Read on-screen info for functions and effects! Fun Facts: - This was made in the year 2001, roughly half-way thru the game which I started in 1999 - It took about an hour to make You are free to mangle the source as you like, go nuts! Changes to the AmigaOS 4.x version: Stack cookie added. Check for allegro.so added.