NAPALM lets you draw over your Windows desktop using animated fire ink, and tweak the fire generator parameters. Allows saving/restoring of artwork & style, import of bitmap files. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
What's new in this version: This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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"Very nice--absolutely DO download this!"
Version: NAPALM 1
This is awesome for when you're waiting for things or you just don't want to have to save your "work". Plus, I like the way you can make your own "brushes"--I've made glo-stick style ones and several smoky ones. Truly, an awesome download!
It would be very much appreciated if there was an "undo" or "erase" tool, so a person could get rid of JUST what they want to, and not the whole design they make.