I have a few idea that I think you’ll like, and I’d like to take a bit of time explaining them to you.
would be nice if I could pick a color and see a list of similar colors that are ordered in a meaningful gradient.
this feature is available in Pyxel edit. and it makes color really fun. would like to do all my work in one place The reason I chose aseprite as my main go to for pixel art is for the palette editor, even though it doesn’t have all the features I’d like, it’s still the easiest to use.
Something else could be that you could have more than one pallet for each document, being able to break your palette up into small gradients, and be able to drag and drop them onto selected portions to do a quick palette swap on a certain part. this could make palette management easier. one of the things I’ve wanted to be able to do forever is to be able to create a gradient on the palette by selecting indexes in a column in addition to being able to select them in rows, also that shading non-linear gradation that I mentioned in the pyxel edit color picker could be integrated into the gradient editing.
In the end it would provide us ways to make more interesting color in our sprites!
PS. just something I thought of on the last minute.
More of what I’d like to see in tiled mode would be to be able to place your tiles in a few arrangements and then start drawing them with all of them visible by default, so you can see how each change you make affects all the others.
After all this time I totally realized that in some browsers right clicking and saving the GitHub file sometimes stores it as an HTML file and not the linked LUA file. Changed all instructions to be more specific