DeskMate Paint

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Tandy '''DeskMate''' is a discontinued line of software consisting of an operating environment, and associated productivity software. Some versions of it include a bitmap graphics editor named '''Paint''', which has a native '''.PNT''' file format.
 
Tandy '''DeskMate''' is a discontinued line of software consisting of an operating environment, and associated productivity software. Some versions of it include a bitmap graphics editor named '''Paint''', which has a native '''.PNT''' file format.
  
The DeskMate versions named ''Personal DeskMate'' and ''Personal DeskMate 2'' definitely used this format. It is not clear whether ''Professional DeskMate'' did. It is not clear whether there are versions for the Tandy Color Computer that did. As of ''DeskMate 3.00'', Paint was no longer inclded, and instead there was a vector graphics editor named [[DeskMate Draw|Draw]].
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The DeskMate versions named ''Personal DeskMate'' and ''Personal DeskMate 2'' definitely used this format. It is not clear whether ''Professional DeskMate'' did. It is not clear whether there are versions for the Tandy Color Computer that did. As of ''DeskMate 3.00'', Paint was no longer included, and instead there was a vector graphics editor named [[DeskMate Draw|Draw]].
  
 
Images can be compressed or not and use at most 16 colors per pixel.
 
Images can be compressed or not and use at most 16 colors per pixel.

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File Format
Name DeskMate Paint
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Extension(s) .pnt
Released 1986

Tandy DeskMate is a discontinued line of software consisting of an operating environment, and associated productivity software. Some versions of it include a bitmap graphics editor named Paint, which has a native .PNT file format.

The DeskMate versions named Personal DeskMate and Personal DeskMate 2 definitely used this format. It is not clear whether Professional DeskMate did. It is not clear whether there are versions for the Tandy Color Computer that did. As of DeskMate 3.00, Paint was no longer included, and instead there was a vector graphics editor named Draw.

Images can be compressed or not and use at most 16 colors per pixel.

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