If you get a moment, there's one feature I've been dying to have in TokenTool for ages.
Automatic file names.
Currently, it works like this:
1) Name a portrait "Giant Queen Bee.jpg" or whatever.
2) Drag the portrait into TokenTool, position, resize etc.
3) CTRL+S (stock) or CTRL+I (yours) to save the finished pog image someplace.
4) Type in "Giant Queen Bee.png" as the file name for the pog.
It's step 4 I want to eliminate. I've typed the name of every last token in my library twice -- once for the portrait, once for the pog. It's hugely tedious, and they number in the thousands at this point.
So ... if you could make TokenTool populate that "Save As" file name with the name of the source image plus the appropriate extension, I'd shower blessings on your head for halving my typing.
I 2nd that! Actually, I did look into that as well for the exact same reasons. Unfortunately, for the life of me I could not find any way to access the name of the object from a "drag and drop" event.
If any Java developers are out there and know if this is possible, drop me a hint or a link. Note, the drag event could come from a browser as well so not sure if that matters?