Pedit tutorial Welcome to my Pedit tutorial. This tutorial shows the unit creator how to use PEdit to construct a CIV palette. The on-line tutorial is contained in this post and the downloadable one is an attachment. TOOLS USED: SBB, Pedit Both are on my Sig. for those of you who don't want to dowload it it can be viewed here: Pedit Tutorial By Polyphemus This is a Tutorial on how to get a palette set up quick and easy in Pedit Note: This is not a tutorial on how to use SBB. Open up Pedit open up the story board that was created for your unit in SBB To start off I will teach you about the CIV palette. Here is a picture of the palette: Transparent in-game color-last box Place your unit colors here-rows 5-14 Do not use-rows 2-4 Anti aliasing colors/haze color-2nd to last row CIV Color-first row Shadow Colors-last row boarder color-2nd to last box Notes: In the first row make sure that when you put the colors in they have to be arranged from brightest to darkest How to use Pedit: Click the first box in the palette. This is where you begin to add the CIV color. Click the color on the image that is the brightest CIV color. That color will automatically be pasted in the palette. Continue until the first row is full. Remember, brightest to darkest. mark off the next three rows with an unused color then place your unit colors in rows 5-14 In the second to last row place the haze colors that surround your unit in that row The shadow colors are to be place in the last row as seen in the picture. Now click preview type in 1 then 256 then ok. Now you can see if all your colors have been added to the palette. Note: you can change the level of zoom by clicking ZOOM and adjusting it. This changes the zoom in the highlighted color panel.(top right box) Make sure that the transparent in-game color is not repeated elsewhere in your palette. Then when everything is set, click save palette in the file menu. Save it as a Jasc Palette. There, this brief tutorial is done. Thats how easy Pedit is!! You now have a CIV palette that you can load onto the FLICster storyboard. Any questions and/or clarifications and/or comments are welcomed. PM me or post it.