I would like to slightly modify Tux Paint ([url removed, login to view]). It would be used for "Game Night" enhancements to make it easier for those using a HTPC or any PC for a Pictionary/Win, Lose, or Draw game. Any code written would be submitted back to the project so that everyone can enjoy it.
These modifications could all be selectable options in Tux Config.
1. Include a configurable timer (starts green, then flashes red in the last X seconds). Once completed it makes a sound (possibly user selected, or just a plain "buzzer" sound). I noticed that there are a couple of button slots not used at the end, and it could be placed here.
1a. A reset timer button
1b. A start/stop timer button (stop in red, start in green)
2. The new key always makes a blank white canvas (no need to chose a color, or the background color can be chosen in Tux Config).
I uploaded a quick mockup of what I'm talking about here:
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3. Keeping score in the Tux Paint program itself. This can be a simple text box with up/down arrows that increment the score for two-four teams. Only 2 digits are necessary. Or, if you have another idea for keeping score, I'm flexible.
This would be for a Windows binary, but again, I would like to share the code back to the group. The actual code for the program is on the Tux Paint website. This would just be a modification of it.
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Windows 7, Vista