Hopefully a simple question
bonnmike at gmail.com
Fri Sep 24 09:30:17 EDT 2010
Thank you very much! Lots of stuff way over my head so far, but i'll stick
with it till I get it. By the way, 'wrap' is very helpful for this sort of
Side question, if I wanted to use aerial style photos for my tiles, there is
a method to set the initial graphic up so that it will 'mesh' with itself on
any edge. This is just a simple right/left, up/down duplication with a
reverse and flip right? (sounds like i'm describing a dive) at which point
the consolidated image can be split into tile sized chunks and assigned
locations. And while on the subject, does anyone know of a utility that will
split a large image into chucks based on a grid? Meaning cut it into 40x40
chunks, and save each chunk with positional name for easy re-assembly.
Thanks for all the help again all.
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 7:04 AM, Alejandro Tejada <capellan2000 at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> Download this stack, too:
> After you change the names of variables and controls to a
> namespace familiar to your coding style, this script could
> be useful and, hopefully, optimized for general use. :-D
> Have a nice weekend!
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