Originally Posted by rfog
Perhaps 'B' means "black" and we have some kind of color support in the future...
The 'B' in that code is telling Python to write unsigned bytes from an array, it's not part of what's written to the file.
Originally Posted by mod186k1
the pen's ink is red not black
I wonder if the 0x00* at the end of each coordinate pair is a separater or whether it might indicate line colour or width, but I haven't tried changing it yet. Or maybe the four 0xFF bytes before each linestring are a header that might change with pen properties.
I suspect Ectaco have gone with the simplest implementation of scribbling they can get away with to begin with. Hopefully it will be improved in the future.