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FileType (*.TP4) - RollerCoaster Tycoon Ride-Picture

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I started playing some RollerCoaster Tycoon (the first one) the other day. It was ages since I last played it :)

With it comes the must to design rides. The snapshot-images of the ride are stored in a wierd format called .TP4 (254x200 px).

So I decided to create a Paint.NET Plug-in to make it easier.

At first, I created it for myself but then I came up with the idea of sharing it :)

Prillan.TP4.zip

Info about TP4 files:

http://www.strategyplanet.com/rctuk/tid/TP4.html

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I started playing some RollerCoaster Tycoon (the first one) the other day. It was ages since I last played it :)

With it comes the must to design rides. The snapshot-images of the ride are stored in a wierd format called .TP4 (254x200 px).

So I decided to create a Paint.NET Plug-in to make it easier.

At first, I created it for myself but then I came up with the idea of sharing it :)

[attachment=0]Prillan.TP4.zip[/attachment]

Info about TP4 files:

http://www.strategyplanet.com/rctuk/tid/TP4.html

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I started playing some RollerCoaster Tycoon (the first one) the other day. It was ages since I last played it :)

With it comes the must to design rides. The snapshot-images of the ride are stored in a wierd format called .TP4 (254x200 px).

So I decided to create a Paint.NET Plug-in to make it easier.

At first, I created it for myself but then I came up with the idea of sharing it :)

[attachment=0]Prillan.TP4.zip[/attachment]

Info about TP4 files:

http://www.strategyplanet.com/rctuk/tid/TP4.html

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I started playing some RollerCoaster Tycoon (the first one) the other day. It was ages since I last played it :)

With it comes the must to design rides. The snapshot-images of the ride are stored in a wierd format called .TP4 (254x200 px).

So I decided to create a Paint.NET Plug-in to make it easier.

At first, I created it for myself but then I came up with the idea of sharing it :)

[attachment=0]Prillan.TP4.zip[/attachment]

Info about TP4 files:

http://www.strategyplanet.com/rctuk/tid/TP4.html

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I have some friends I can lure into Paint.NET with this... thanks! :lol:

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