BmpCrop is an Experimental Program to Crop a large BMP into 256x256 sub-bitmaps using a 255x255 step between crops so right and top lines of each bitmap are repeats of the bottom or left line of the appropriate adjacent bitmap.
This is to solve a problem in all versions of FS where the bitmaps used in TexRelief end up losing the last pixel on each row and columnand being displayed as 255x255 resulting in mis-matches when textures are created from slicing up Aerial Photos and re-combining them in the TexRelief blocks.
Will also allow the normal (non-overlap) cropping using any crop size.
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