Everyone loves Judge Dredd (and if they don't, well, they're wrong). And everyone wants to be a Judge... You can buy a real Judge Dredd badge from Termight Replicas, but if you wanted a Judge badge with your own name on it, you were out of luck. Until now...
How to Use Badger:
- Click the text to the right of "Judge Name:" (your mouse pointer will change from an arrow to a large I when you're in the right area).
- Delete the name that's already there, and enter your desired name.
- Flash (the program in which Badger is written) doesn't allow images to be saved, so to
capture the screen you'll need to do the following:
- On a PC, press Alt-PrtScn. This will copy the current window into the PC's clipboard. You'll need to paste this into a paint program then crop it to size before saving it.
- On a Mac, press Shift+Command+4. The cursor should now look like a cross-hair. Select the area you want to capture by dragging your mouse across the area you want to copy. As soon as you release the mouse click - it copies the image to your computer as a screenshot, usually to your desktop. (Many thanks to Ruth Elliott for the Mac instructions!)
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Vastly improved appearance of lettering with new font and new rendering method! (Name now
actually looks like it's part of the badge!)|
Added a toggle to display (part of) the badge chain.|
Updated the 2000 AD logo to the current version.
Letters now anti-aliased (that is, the jagged lines are much less noticeable).|
Rewrote the letter darkening algorithm; now matches the badge a lot closer.
Added letter kerning, which makes everything fit together quite nicely.|
Name now darkens on the right side to match the badge.
Embedded letter images into program; removes need to load separate file, which makes the whole
thing smaller and faster.|
|0.13||2010-07-23||Display code rewritten: now about four times as fast and a little more accurate!|
Background colour now selectable: black or white!
|0.11||2010-07-22||Added option to adjust letter spacing.|