Crop Tool provides an easy way to crop or resize the canvas without scaling.
*Click and drag the mouse to define the crop area
*Reduce or enlarge the canvas
*Nudge crop area for accurate cropping
Tip: Cropping a document cannot be undone. In order to be able to undo, save the document first, you can then press the Document:Revert button to undo the crop if you wish.
This ZBrush plugin builds on the CropBox routine by Svengali,
the code for which he posted in this thread in June 2005.
I probably wouldn't have written this without that code, so many thanks Sven.
For anyone that's interested, my code is posted in the same thread.
Unzip the zip file to your ZStartup\ZPlugs folder ..\ZBrush2\ZStartUp\ZPlugs).
You may need to create the ZPlugs folder if you have a new installation of ZBrush.
Restart ZBrush. You should now have an Crop Tool subpalette in the Document palette, with a Select and Crop button.
***Updated May 22 2006***
I've added a small enhancement which makes this a little more useful. There is now a 'Snap' option which will snap the cursor to the canvas when it is closer than 5 pixels. You can turn the option on and off.
Full instructions in the zip.
I hope you fine Crop Tool useful,
Edit: 23 May 2006 : After a suggestion by the inestimable Boozy Floozie, here is a