HP 49/50 Graphics Editors
The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.
There are 5 files totaling 348KB in this category.
|CAD49 5.3 (details)
||49/50 ENG 226KB/39KB|
|CAD49 is a drawing utility which can take advantage of the big screen on the 49g+ but also works fine with the regular screen, and the drawing size is limited only by memory. With this program you can type text on your grobs, draw geometric figures in a fast and easy way, select simple grobs from a fast and easy to use menu, and combine them to create a complicated graphic project. Each element of your project can be copied, pasted, rotated, reflected or moved at any time.|
|By Marcos Navarro.
|cgrobedit 1.0 (details)
||49/50 ENG 35KB/50KB|
|A grob editor written in C with hpgcc. Supports 16 shades of gray using the same format as OpenFire. Runs only on the 49g+ and 50g.|
|By Tanguy Briancon.
|GrobEdit 2.6 (details)
||49/50 ENG 20KB/25KB|
|Grob editor in grayscale or in black and white with tools for lines, boxes, circles and ellipses, a zoom mode, fill in with patterns, g(x)or and replace grobs. Also has tools to rotate and make symmetries with grobs and alows one to edit a grob before replacing it.|
|By Tanguy Briancon.
|GTOOLS - EDG 1.0 (details)
||49/50 ENG 55KB/13KB|
|The most powerful graphic editor for the HP 49G. Provides a full set of tools to edit and create grayscale graphics on your HP 49G. Includes the famous EDG from the Meta Kernel v2.30. Not fully compatible with the 80-pixel tall display models.|
|By Etienne de Foras and Jean-Yves Avenard.
|Paint 1.0 (details)
||49/50 ENG FRA 12KB/6KB|
|Fast grob editor, with routines such as line, box, plane, and disk. It's twice as fast as Cyrille's graphical toolbox, and easy-to-use with soft menus. Includes 3 modes of zoom, a (bit slow) fill routine, coordinates, 'undo' function, basic flip/scroll routines, and it can edit grobs of size 1*1 or 128000*1 or 1*128000 without any problems: you can edit 128KB grobs with only several kilobytes of free memory!|
|By Fabien Viger.
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