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.plist .bobj & .png files
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Hello again, How I can open this files with .bobj, .plist & .png extension? I get some resources. I hope you can help me, I attach an example.


.zip   yandiimage.zip (Size: 321.87 KB / Downloads: 8)
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PNG is a ..... PNG. You can open it with any image viewer. The parts are clipped off from this master image.
PLIST is a Property List file, typically used in macOS and iOS applications. It's basically just XML (plain text) file. The first key is:
Code:
        <key>a_dabi3_yandiimage.png</key>
        <dict>
            <key>frame</key>
            <string>{{75,378},{31,42}}</string>
            <key>offset</key>
            <string>{1,0}</string>
            <key>rotated</key>
            <true/>
            <key>sourceColorRect</key>
            <string>{{2,0},{31,42}}</string>
            <key>sourceSize</key>
            <string>{33,42}</string>
From that information you can deduce the name of the part (a_dabi3_yandiimage.png), its rotation, offset and where (x,y) to clip said part from the master image.
animxml.bobj appears to contain animation (and sound playback) data.
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(10-30-2018, 02:08 AM)Raccoon Sam Wrote: PNG is a ..... PNG. You can open it with any image viewer. The parts are clipped off from this master image.
PLIST is a Property List file, typically used in macOS and iOS applications. It's basically just XML (plain text) file. The first key is:
Code:
        <key>a_dabi3_yandiimage.png</key>
        <dict>
            <key>frame</key>
            <string>{{75,378},{31,42}}</string>
            <key>offset</key>
            <string>{1,0}</string>
            <key>rotated</key>
            <true/>
            <key>sourceColorRect</key>
            <string>{{2,0},{31,42}}</string>
            <key>sourceSize</key>
            <string>{33,42}</string>
From that information you can deduce the name of the part (a_dabi3_yandiimage.png), its rotation, offset and where (x,y) to clip said part from the master image.
animxml.bobj appears to contain animation (and sound playback) data.

Ok I separate the .png file with te .plist, but the .bobj file I can't found a program that can open this file, when I open it in the notepad it is appreciated to see some texts, but if I want to find some application that can open these files.
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Any solution?
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