On Apr 8, 1:46 pm, Anton Zorin <zorinan...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi Falke,Yes, essentially. mouse-drag-selection (the highlighting of box
> Now I got it. So user selects a rectangle on the image and corresponding
regions on the bitmap) does not need to be echoed in the *.box file,
while you select (although, I guess, that would be a plus: to select
in either GUI (bitmap) or box file window, using any method (mouse,
keyboard, or both), and to have the other window automatically be
updated with the selection state), but everything just needs to be
updated everywhere in the end, somehow.
Tearing the *.box file apart is already easily done using popular,
> If so, at first glance it seems to me that such functionality would be moreI didn't mean to suggest that the functionality would necessarily
> appropriate for another (separate) application. GUI would be different:
belong in the same application as the one you are announcing in this
thread -- it's quite the reverse of your app. But then, again, I can
think of situations where BOTH utilities would be useful to someone,
in one single project, and then it would make sense for them to be
part of the same utility suite
I was just hoping you might find it relatively easy to build the one I
> - spread sheet is needed to work with box filesa number of box editors out there do without a spreadsheet per se.
> - selection of image regions and displaying of those should be convenientThat sounds optimistic :-))
> But from the implementation complexity point of view it doesn't look like a
> On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 7:49 PM, Falke <hawk...@flight.us> wrote:
> > On Apr 8, 9:44 am, Anton Zorin <zorinan...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > Could you please be more specific:
> > > you want to specify image + box file pair and based on those, fill the
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