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This view is used for the extracted document part.
This window displays a preview of a mouse cursor over a crosshair to indicate the hot spot. Drag the image to move the hot spot. Click the button in upper left corner to display animation or the currently selected frame.
This window displays previews of animation frames. Controls:\n - Select multiple frames by drawing rectangle around them or CTRL- or SHIFT-clicking them. (Some operations can be run on all selected frames.)\n - Move selected frames by dragging them with left mouse button.\n - Duplicate frames by dragging them with CTRL key pressed.\n - Append frames by dragging and dropping image or cursor files from Explorer.
This window shows structure of the configuration. Select an item to display its configuration in the right pane. Items marked with small dialog icon have custom configuraton dialogs.
This wizard creates a mouse cursor from a picture. The picture is resized to fit the cursor dimenstions. If the picture contains multiple frames placed next to each other in a filmstrip fashion, an animated cursor is created.
This wizard creates a new image from the current content of your desktop. This window will disappear for a moment while capturing is performed.
This wizard imports a cursor in the Linux XCursor format and converts it to Windows cursor.
This wizard opens a raster image from the clipboard. Images can be placed on clipboard using the Copy or Copy Image command in graphic editors. Content of any window can be capured by pressing ALT+PrtScn keys while the window is active.
Tip: Click the lightbulb in Help menu for context help.
Tip: Drag and drop a cursor file from Windows Explorer on one of the panels and then click Apply to use that cursor.
Tip: Drag in arrow direction.
To add new custom icons, drag icon files from a file manager and drop them on this dialog.
Tolerance is increased in continuous areas and reduced for bumpy areas.
Tool has no options.