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If you use ZZTAE to edit your ZZT games, it will leave a little bit of signature code. This utility removes that bit of signature code so that it looks like it's been created in the regular ZZT editor. Obviously, its biggest practical use is getting around ZZTAE bans on 24HOZ competitions, but that would be very very naughty of you...
ZoomIt takes as input a single board and splits it into 25 blocks of 12 by 5. It then outputs a ZZT world of 25 boards, each board a 5x zoom of a 12 by 5 block, with board links to its neighbor blocks.
An external editor written in QBASIC. Offers object libraries, a fade tool, and syntax highlighting.