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I think the "flatness" of the UI is only caused by Windows 10. IMO the current design is better, tho ultimately it's still to David to decide.
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(14-07-2017, 07:53 PM)SuperToad64 Wrote: I also tested your sm64extender GUI program and sm64extend crashes if you go to custom and try to extend to 12MB and even all the way up to 18MB. So it works until you go under 18MB, it is supposed to be able to extend the size of a rom between 12MB to 64MB. Just a small bug, but it still crashes none the less.
Thanks for reporting the crash. 12MB is mostly a suggested lower limit on the data. It also crashes on my end for 12MB, but not for 13MB or higher. I'll look into it and see what a proper value is. If you use anything other than the defaults that the level importer uses, you're kind of on your own anyway.

(16-07-2017, 08:12 PM)Biobak Underscore Wrote: I know catching up with TT64/adding features is a priority right now, but the UI could use some reworking.
-Why gradients in the move/rotate boxes when the whole UI is flat? I think it'd look better with flat colors. (you should drop the rounded corners too)
-Black font on dark grey background is a bit hard to read. You should change the text to white or make the background white.
-The serif font is weird.. You should use roboto/arial
This discussion on UI colors/fonts/etc. is classic bikeshedding, so let's try not to waste David's time with it. If you really feel UI changes need to be made, I think it would be better to make the changes you want and either show a screenshot here to show us or submit a PR so David can pull the changes in.

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