Current release: 4/25http://dffd.wimbli.com/file.php?id=2182 (UPDATED, check it out)
If you've used Quickfort, you've probably been frustrated by the relative inaccessibility of creating a blueprint in something like Excel. It isn't particularly descriptive, visually, and long strings can overlap adjacent cells and make things generally hard to work with.
Chromafort allows you to open 24-bit bitmap (.bmp) images like this one:
and convert it into a comma delimited (.csv) text file like this one (seen in Excel):
which can then be run with Quickfort to get designations like these:
if anyone has any problems, let me know either here or over on the DFFD (which has a better description anyway, also included as the readme)
presumably, this would be useful for LinDesignator as well, though I have never used that.