The default pattern is my conception of that Erythronium
dens-canis, the "true" dog-tooth violet, looks like. (It is a
European species and I have only seen pictures.) You can change
the colors to get other versions of the pattern, such as our
beloved emblem, the yellow trout-lily, Erythronium americanum,
which, where I come from, is called the dog-tooth violet, although
it is not even pink. The "dog-tooth" part of the name is supposed to come
from the shape of the bulb.
- You erase the font you will get a choice of serif,
sans-serif or monospaced fonts. You can also try typing in
any font that your system has. (If your system doesn't have a
font with the name you type, you will just get the default
- Likewise, for breakchar, if you erase, you will have a choice of ◆ or
●, but you can type in any character you want.
- The "Draw Slowly" button will draw the diagram one step at a
time, with "step time" milliseconds between steps.
If you right click on the image drawn, you can download it.
If you want to save the settings you used to make it, press the
"Export" button and copy them from the text window that will
appear and save them in a file.
If you want to use them again later, press the "Import" button
and copy them into the text window.
If you want to go back to the initial settings, then, depending
on your browser, if may be enough to reload the page or you may
need to reopen it in another tab.