TOKYO (MacHouse) – So it’s been about a month since we started learning Windows programming. So far, we’ve released three Windows applications this month. Well, we are ready to introduce another one to you. A new Windows software title is called QuickKut.
QuickKut can be a little, handy Windows application for web designers who routinely cut the corners of images. It’s quite simple to use. First, select a frame. Then choose File > Open to open a picture to work on. Then just configure frame settings. Finally, choose File > Export to export a framed image. If you want to make the frame transparent, make sure you enable the checkbox labeled Transparent background. Of course, in that case, you need to select PNG or TIFF as an export format.
Just as other Windows software titles, QuickKut is offered as a beta version. And you can use it with no restrictions till February 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit. Though untested, it should also run under Windows 7 32-bit.