One of the worst parts of using Drawball is finding or making a solid color place to draw. So, what do we do about this? Give up and go home? Well, I am already home, so we will pretend that is not an option.
I got bored, and wanted to create a canvas, but I can't draw a line to save my life(I swear that is how I will die), so I created a program to do it, thanks to the wonderful AutoIt.
How does it work? Well, it is a 3 point system. It will work for any program, paint works for testing. Run the script(Requires AutoIt v3)
Once it is running, press Alt+Shift+C, once for Start point, Second time for bottom point, and a 3rd for width. To pause it mid-run, use Alt+Shift+P.
If you use it in pain, try moving the mouse while it is running, you get some really need looking stuff. Surely there is a good use for this... somewhere...
Have fun playing!
 Script updated, the brush size and speed are now defined as variables for easy editing.
Now repeats untill you close it, which is defaulted at Alt+Shift+X [/edit]
Jun 3 2006, 5:52 pm (Edited on Jun 3 2006, 7:34 pm)