Posted: June 19, 2018 at 7:42 pm
As development on Blobbit Push draws to an end there’s a list of things that need fixing, sorting and tweaking before the game can be published. One of ‘these things’ is to compile a list of all the animations we’re using for the front end UI. Stuff like level select, pause menu, you get the idea. Now I could go with my original intention of just typing the name of each animation into a spreadsheet, not the quickest option as I would manually have to read through every animation and type it up. Not really up for that, especially when there’s artwork to create! Hang about wouldn’t it be great if you could screen grab the text and paste it into a document? Hmmm, well it turns out there’s something out there that does just that and it’s called Capture2Text for Windows. (http://capture2text.sourceforge.net/)
So how does this work then? Incredibly easy me old china, let me show you.