ContourX v.2.15


The ContourX application was designed to be a small utility that computes the external contour of a connected convex planar figure and prepares it for using in an HTML document as image map coordinates.Application domainAs known, HTML format allows to mark the "active regions" on an image contained ( tag). There are three types of regions:1) rectangle, defined by coordinates of its left-top and right-bottom angles ( );2) circle, defined by coordinates of its center and radius length ( );3) polygon, defined by the list of pixel coordinates of its vertices ( ).Whereas the specification of active region of first two types represents quite a trivial task, the specification of perimeter of some complicated figure is very laborious (and irksome) process.Existing applications intended for making this work easier, did not advance further than vertices specification visualization. In the contrary, the ContourX automatically builds a draft version of a contour, and then gives user a visual to make any corrections desired.NOTE:You can use this software royalty-free for private (non-commercial) purposes.

The ContourX application was designed to be a ... Computes the external contour of a connected convex planar figure ...

coordinates, figure, image, applications, perimeter, active

  • ContourX
  • 2.15
  • Very Ltd
  • Win All
  • Freeware
  • 3.19 Mb
  • 113
  • Free

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