If you do encounter any issues while using TileCutter please submit a bug report by posting in reply to this thread with the following information:
1. Circumstances and description of the issue
2. tilecutter.log and TileCutter5.exe.log (if present) - These can be found under "%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\tilecutter\" on Windows, "~/Library/Logs/tilecutter.log" on OSX and "~/.tilecutter/tilecutter.log" on all other platforms.
3. Copy of the tilecutter.config file - This can be found either in the program's installation directory, at "%USERPROFILE%\Application Data\tilecutter\" on Windows or "~/.tilecutter/tilecutter.config" on all other platforms.Release 0.6.1
FIX: Infinite loop in dialogRelease 0.6.0
FIX: Source version works again, remove FileControl from tcui init.py
FIX: Irregular buildings work again
ADD: Remember last folder location for open/save files
FIX: Z dimensions now permitted up to 16 (from previous max of 4)
ADD: Browse dialog for makeobj path selection
FIX: Cutting masks incorrectly generated on OSX platformNotesPlease see here for TileCutter documentation
All the paths in the main window are relative to the project save location path. This is intended to allow you to put all your work files in one directory, and then to be able to move or zip that directory and send it to someone else while preserving all the links to the images. Also note that the images are not saved with the project file, only links to them are (this may change at some point).
It's also worth pointing out that in order for the one click exporting to work (e.g. makeobj integration) you need to have filled out the correct details in the dat editing window. The image array information is automatically generated and appended to whatever you type into this box.Download
You can download this release of TileCutter from the following link for the Mac:TileCutter_osx_0.6.1.dmg
And for windows:TileCutter_win_0.6.1.zip
You can also download a source distribution (all other platforms):TileCutter_src_0.6.1.zip
NOTE: The source distribution requires that you have Python 2.7
or better installed already, and depends upon the wxWidgets
library (2.8.12 Unicode version recommended). It may work with other versions, but this is untested.
The latest source code can be obtained via Git:https://github.com/tbentropy/tilecutter
I recommend upgrading to this version over all previous versions of TileCutter, especially the 0.3 branch.