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Use default file format for sprite sheets #1683

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goobliata opened this Issue Mar 18, 2018 · 5 comments

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goobliata commented Mar 18, 2018

Haven't really thought this through but I think it'd be nice if saving a spritesheet defaulted to your default format. Now it is defaulting to PNG. Aseprite 1.2.7.

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dacap commented Mar 18, 2018

Hi @goobliata, I'll add another default extension for sprite sheets (and maybe for File > Export too). The issue here is that (I guess) most people will like to default to .ase (or .aseprite) in File > Save, and to .png in File > Export Sprite Sheet.

About File > Export, at the moment it uses png when we're trying to export a static file, or .gif when we try to export an animation. I guess this should be configurable too.

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dacap commented Mar 19, 2018

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goobliata commented Mar 19, 2018

Thanks!

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Torguen commented Mar 20, 2018

Hi.
What is the difference between the ASE and ASEPRITE extensions?

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dacap commented Mar 20, 2018

@Torguen there is not difference (just like .jpeg and .jpg), but .aseprite is preferred because Photoshop uses .ase for its Adobe Swatch Exchange file.

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