There are three more flags for egg-texture-cards that we'll talk about here. The first is the flag
-g, which is used to set the dimensions for the polygon that's created. It takes the
top values as inputs. The origin for the card is always at
0. For example, if we wanted these dimensions:
Left: -0.25 Right: 1.25 Bottom: -0.4 Top: 0.8
We would use the flag like this:
egg-texture-cards.exe -g -0.25,1.25,-0.4,0.8
-g flag isn't supplied, the default dimensions are
-0.5, 0.5, -0.5, 0.5, or a one unit square centered on its origin.
The next flag worth mentioning is
-p. This flag tells egg-texture-cards the pixel size of an image that exactly fits the polygon described by the dimensions ...