Edit text with one click!
* You can edit or draw on your image by pressing buttons.
* You can convert your image to ASCII art by hitting “Convert to ASCII Art”.
* You can draw on your image and press “Convert to ASCII Art” to convert it.
* You can draw on your image and press “Save ASCII Art” to save the image.
* You can edit your image with an image editor or draw on an image in Paint or any other drawing program.
* The ASCII art is in Text Artist ascii format. It is compatible with Paint, ImageMagick, and any other image editing or drawing program.
* You can also create ascii art using Text Artist from the command line. Just type “ascii”.
* Text Artist has several features that are very important to artists. If you don’t like any of the features, just use a different tool, or disable them.
* See “Options” for more information.
* The maximum text length supported by the program. This will help you avoid any unwanted extra empty spaces.
* The maximum line count supported by the program. This will help you avoid long lines when there are too many empty spaces.
* The minimum number of empty spaces between lines.
* The maximum length of the empty spaces between lines.
* The maximum number of lines in a block.
* The minimum space between lines.
* The maximum space between lines.
* The maximum number of the characters in a line.
* The minimum number of characters in a line.
* The font size.
* The number of lines between words.
* The number of the spaces between words.
* The spacing between words.
* The background color for the window.
* The minimum and maximum value of the background color.
* The orientation of the window.
* The font style.
* The number of empty spaces between words.
* The space between words.
* The spacing between columns.
* The direction of the columns.
* The number of empty spaces between columns.
* The space between columns.
* The number of lines in the first row.
* The number of lines in the first column.
* The number of lines in the last row.
* The number of lines in the last column.
* The position of the mouse cursor.
* The size of the mouse cursor.
* The cursor eea19f52d2
View, manage, and debug x86 code easily with Assembler IDE. Includes support for NASM, TASM, and FASM. Code, display, and debug MSDOS, DOS, and Windows x86 code. Assembler is an advanced debugger and code editor for x86 assembly code. Load and display x86 code on any x86 PC. Assembler can be used as an advanced debugger for any x86 environment: C, C++, and Linux
Assembler IDE has an interface that has been inspired by the now dead.NET framework’s Environment. There are two menubars, one on top of the other, with the toolbar on the bottom.
Assembler IDE has three modes. The basic, Assembler, and full editor modes. Assembler is a basic code editor which supports syntax highlighting. Assembler supports all of the dialects of x86 Assembly (NASM, TASM, FASM, and MASM). The full editor is a powerful code editor, which can be used to edit the content of any program that was compiled with Assembler IDE.
Assembler also supports most of the things that the Full Editor does, except for GDB debugging, source control, and compression, which are only available in the Full Editor.
Assembler also has a simple graphical debugging interface called Assembler. It will launch the debugger when you hit a “break” command, which is located on the toolbar.
Assembler also has an interface to the AIDA64 Performance Monitoring software.
Assembler also has a simple graphical interface that allows the user to edit a performance measurement sample that can be saved to a file.
Assembler also has an interface for the Wireshark program.
Syntax Highlighting with Assembler, NASM, TASM, FASM, and MASM support
Debugger for Assembler, NASM, TASM, FASM, and MASM
GUI debugger for Assembler and Full Editor
View, edit, and view the disassembly of any code
Compare and quickly edit your code without modifying the original code
Save and compile your code to a file
Package and unpackage files
Compile and download your code as a.EXE or.DLL
Compile and Download for Linux, Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS