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Sixteen Colors Draw

Open-source HTML5-based ANSI/ASCII editor.

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  1. Full-featured ASCII art and graphic editor and game creation tool

  2. Ascii Generator 2 (Ascgen2) is an application to convert images into high quality ASCII art - text...

  3. Monodraw allows you to easily create text-based art (like diagrams, layouts, flow charts) and...

  4. Open-source ASCII art editor for browser-based, raster-style editing

  5. A program for creating ASCII graphics from images and text.

  6. REXPaint is a powerful and user-friendly ASCII art editor.

  7. Infinite ASCII diagrams, save to Google Drive, resize, freeform draw, and export straight to text/html.

  8. JavE (Java Ascii Versatile Editor) is a free Ascii Editor.

  9. PabloDraw is an Ansi/Ascii text and RIPscrip vector graphic art editor/viewer with multi-user capabilities.

  10. Easily create coloured MOTD messages (archived content)

  11. ASCIIGraffiti makes editing ASCII art easy, ASCII Graffiti is a web-based ASCII art editor application for creating color ASCII-style drawings within your browser.

  12. Online diagramming application

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