Cut It !
What is it ?
"Cut It !" is a freeware tool to help you break a big image into smaller ones. What's handy with it is that you define your small images (I call them "cuts") once and save this configuration in a .cutit file. This way whenever you make a change to the big image, you just have to double click on the .cutit file and click the cutter button to update your cuts.
Quite easy :
Basic usage A few tips Context menu The .cutit format The main section The cut sections Credits Contact History
To create a .cutit file, follow these steps :
Editing the .cutit by hand
Although there's a Wysiwyg interface :o) to assist you in the creation of your .cutit files, you can create them by hand. Have a look at the next section for a description of the file format.
From your favorite file manager, right click on a .cutit and select "process" to automatically update your cuts. You can even create a shortcut for this or add it to a batch or a makefile :o), the syntax is : "cutit.exe -process the_file.cutit".
Basically .cutit are .ini files. I created a specific extension to be able to define file associations. A .cutit file is made of two parts : the main section and the cut sections.
It looks like this :
Pretty self explanatory I guess :o)
There is a section per cut. The section name follows this syntax : "CutX", where X is the number of the cut, with the first one being "Cut0". A cut section looks like this :
This program uses components from the following persons :
You can contact me by mail (email@example.com) or visit my web site.
2000/02/15 - v0.1.0
A few tips
The .cutit format
The main section
The cut sections