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Answer from the maintainer here There are two methods to set up the Y axis. The first method is: Press the button labeled "Set point Y1 on Y axis", then left-click (mouse button 1) on the image, then fill in the text box labeled "Y1 value". Then, press the button labeled "Set point Y2 on Y axis", then left-click on the image, then fill in the ...


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Have you tried XnViewMP? It's known to work on some dds files, but some read errors have been reported too. You can't find it in official repositories, but here: http://www.xnview.com/en/xnviewmp/#downloads. Don't worry, it's free, paid version is for Windows only.


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The command line application ImageMagick can read, write and edit DDS files: andrew@ilium~$ identify -list format | grep 'Microsoft DirectDraw Surface' DDS* rw+ Microsoft DirectDraw Surface DXT1* rw+ Microsoft DirectDraw Surface DXT5* rw+ Microsoft DirectDraw Surface andrew@ilium~$ The codes after DDS,DXT1 and DXT5 signify: * ...



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