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|Type||Raster graphics editor|
Pixen features an interface similar to that of Adobe Photoshop. While common tools such as the pencil, eraser and fill tool are included, Pixen also uses a unique left/right tool system. This system enables the user to assign a different tool to the left and right mouse buttons. This can be used effectively when drawing and erasing. Pixen also features an extensive color palette system and, like many other bitmap-based editors, supports editing images by layers; users can organize parts of an image, name them and hide them. Anti-aliasing is not possible to achieve in Pixen due to its focus on pixel art creation.
- Pixen [@pixenapp] (2 February 2014). "@kennardsmith Not at the moment. There are more clones of Pixen in the App Store than developer contributions:" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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