Go get it…

by David Burnett • Monday July 14th, 2008
Posted in Developer's Corner, Oxidizer Blog

Okay, its a day late due to a bit of laziness on my part but Oxidizer 0.5.2, hit Sourceforge about 90 seconds ago.

 Download here.

The main changes are…

Transformation window, the Oxidizer equivalent to Apo’s Triangle Editor.
New Gradient Editor.
Rendering can now by Cancelled
Added Rendering ETA’s to the progress Window.
Backing up the Genomes to ~/Library/Application Support/Oxidizer is now optional.
Added a 1:1 aspect to the drop down window.
Reduced memory usage.
Faster loading of flam3 xml files, especially noticeable for flam3 files with dozens of Genomes.
Fix crashes on Save, when saving a file for the seconded time.
GUI now resizable.
flam3 code updated to version 2.7.11

And yes there hass been the odd fix or two since the last sneak release in case you were wondering.



  1. Mossop
         July 15, 2008

    The link seems to be broken, it should point at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=159210

  2. ralf
         July 15, 2008

    Solid release, good job! Now looking forward to the amazing new features of 0.6 :-)

  3. Anonymous
         July 15, 2008

    Hooray – looking forward to experimenting!

  4. Scott Chitwood
         July 22, 2008

    0.5.2 looking good on this end of the stick. Am hoping to get some nice usable renders from this current batch of flames!

  5. David Burnett
         July 23, 2008

    Ooooh, like them. With that colour palette they look like false colour electron micrographs or pollen, or some wield bateria.

  6. Scott Chitwood
         July 24, 2008

    Screenshot of first render from this group…

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