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CropTool is a tool for cropping images at Wikimedia Commons and other Wikimedia sites. It supports JPEG, PNG, TIFF and (animated) GIF files, and can also extract single pages from DJVU and PDF files as JPEG for cropping. CropTool is inspired by User:Cropbot, but adds some new features, such as OAuth for authorization and automatic border detection. It runs at Toolforge, and the source code is available at GitHub. Recent usage of the tool is available from recent changes.

जर तुम्हांला हे अवजार वापरून पहायचे असेल तर, Category:Images with watermarks या वर्गातील अनेक फाईल्स कापायची गरज आहे.


कापणी अवजार चालू करा!

एकदा तुम्ही अवजार चालू केल्यास, ते तुमच्या स्क्रिनवर डाव्या बाजूला "अवजारे" या भागात दिसेल.

किंवा तुम्ही येथे जाऊन: स्थापित करू शकता.


1. Here is an image that should have its border removed. Start by clicking “CropTool” in the “Tools” menu.  
2. To use CropTool, you need to authorize it to use your Wikimedia Commons account using OAuth.  
3. This will take you to a secure MediaWiki OAuth server. Note that your password is never transmitted to CropTool.  
4. Make a selection with the cursor and press “Preview”. In this case, we need to make an exact (Precise mode) crop, since we want to keep as much of the image as possible, while removing the border. Note that in many cases an inexact (Lossless mode) is completely sufficient and recommended.  
5. Looks good, so we can go ahead and press “Upload”.