The previous version I did of svgslice allowed slicing by drawing rectangul=
areas to slice, AND slicing by the use of guides.
The guides are quite inflexible, though, and and became largely obsolete wh=
the rectangle-based method was done. Rectangles allow overlapping areas, a=
specifying things like the slice name in the rectangle's properties. =20
Eventually, it could allow things like setting the output format for that=20
slice, and its compression level, etc.
Guides *are* a bit faster for simple stuff like just slicing an image into =
halves. But I'm a little concerned about the confusion for users of having=
two separate methods, etc.
Would anyone miss the guide-based method if I left it out and focused on th=
more flexible method? As long as you can snap rectangles to a grid, it=20
shouldn't be too different.
On 7/29/05, Lee Braiden <lee_b@...> wrote:
> Would anyone miss the guide-based method if I left it out and focused on =
> more flexible method? As long as you can snap rectangles to a grid, it
> shouldn't be too different.
I wouldn't miss it. I use rects for export always (even though I don't
use your extension :)
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