Joined: July 2004
||Posted: Aug. 08 2006,15:23
Because, as I said, I don't really understand how to use them =o)
Duhdraw was something I installed months ago, but never really tried to do anything with it yet, and aalib has been frustrating for me because I don't understand how it's used.
If I make a myDSL package, it's generally for an app that I use myself. I haven't found an ascii editor with which I'm comfortable, so what little ascii stuff I've done in Linux has been done with Vim.
There was one application I'd used in Windows that I liked (don't recall the name at the moment)....you could give it an image and it would convert it to a text file in very high resolution. The trouble with that is you need to view it with a very small font (2 or 3 pixels), which doesn't work well with DSL's non-scalable fonts, or an extremely high resolution screen (which doesn't work with my monitor)