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Furcadia Palettes for Gimp (And Now Photoshop!) by AnScathMarcach Furcadia Palettes for Gimp (And Now Photoshop!) by AnScathMarcach
I just made my life SO much easier for when I do (often animated) ports in Gimp! And now it can be easier for you too.

Update: The .zip file now contains a file for Photoshop too! 

I just made this palette for Gimp using all of the colors from the FOX editor palette. The very top left color which is normally black for transparency in FOX editor, is now the pink color that translates to transparency in FOX. And all that green... apparently they represent colors not normally visible in Furcadia, but I left them green because that's how they show up sometimes. Those are all the same green as the bright green and are irrelevant, but I put them there for placeholders.

In the photoshop version, the extra green tiles are no longer there because Photoshop doesn't load palettes in rows of 16, or let you choose the layout, so it would be pointless to try and make it align the same way as the Furcadia palette. Also all of the colors are conveniently named, so you can easily see what colors remap to what (if anything).

Instructions for GIMP:

1. Extract the Zip file
2. Copy the .gpl file inside labelled Furcadia Palette (GIMP)
3. Go to your "users\your name\gimp 2.#\palettes" folder
4. Paste the .gpl file inside
5. Refresh your palettes list in Gimp, or restart Gimp if necessary

Instructions for Photoshop:

1. Open Photoshop
2. In your Swatches box, click the little menu icon in the top right corner of the box, then find the option "Load Swatches"
3. Find your extracted Zip folder and select the .aco file labelled Furcadia Palette (Photoshop)
4. The new palette should now be loaded.

Enjoy! No need to credit me, because I can't copyright a list of colors. But commenting if you download would be nice!
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CloudyAnn Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much for making a gimp version! This is wonderful!  
AnScathMarcach Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Even though we don't really need them anymore now that Furcadia has gone 32-bit
CloudyAnn Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
eh, I've been keeping it oldschool. 
Imoku Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much! This will help loads ;w;
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