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    Creating a runtime image editor

    I'm trying to create a map editor as part of a game. I like to provide the user with the ability to load there own images and do some basic manipulation. I know I can do this to a degree with the active image object. I'm also aware of the tilemap object but that assumes the tileset is already created. I want to enable users to create and edit their only tilemap in app. I'd also like to enable at least basic pixel level editing which doesn't seem to be possible in active images. I'm hoping someone can point me to an example I can start from.

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    Jonathan

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    Surface object can do a lot of pixel manipulation features, including cropping a part of an image, which would be perfect for tiling work

    Though just keep in mind that Surface object is windows runtime only

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