A downloadable tool for Windows and Linux
The library has been designed for brevity, so the code for a specific plot can be tweeted under the hashtag #cozyvec (much like PICO-8's #tweetcart and processing's #つぶやきProcessing) by providing shortcut versions of most tokens that are 1-4 characters.
Source code: https://github.com/brubsby/cozyvec
Web version: https://brubsby.github.io/cozyvec
Click download now to get access to the following files:
cozyvec-linux-64.zip 67 MB
cozyvec-windows-64.zip 61 MB
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I love to export to svg files. Any chance to collect some examples together? Is it planned to import from hashtag? Keep up the good work!
CmdOrCtrl-E should export SVG files on all versions, let me know if there's a problem!
I'll definitely try to make more examples, and maybe have them be bundled with (or accessible on github). I'd definitely be open to showing examples from twitter if people want to share!
Thanks for the sharing the tool. Iam watching and following via twitter for sure. Dope stuff.
Looks neat, can't open it on OS X 10.15.3 :D
"cozyvec cannot be opened because of a problem
Check with the developer to make sure cozyvec works with this version of macOS. You may need to reinstall the application. Be sure to install any available updates for the application and macOS.
Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple."
This type of program is way above my head anyway (math/programming - not strong), but it sure looks neat!
Thanks for the heads up! I unfortunately don't have access to a Mac atm, but I'll try to fix this. Were there any more details about the problem?
Great! No, that's all the message I got from the app. It just won't open and then it pops up a window and says what's in the quote