Submitted by Gezim Hoxha
I think a slice tool for slicing images (web sites) is really useful. As of now in order to slice a website one needs to drag the rulers on to the image and then use guillotine to slice it up. The problem with this is that if you have a web sites with (say) two colums and have two vertical object in those two columns. Further, say one object is taller (has greater height) than the other. In order to slice this kind of a website (right now) you would need to place the horizontal rules at the edge of the objects and one in the middle, but the vertical rulers would need to be placed around the higher object...then one would use the guillotine tool to slice these images and then one would use the rulers again to slice the unused parts of the smaller object...and then again use the guillotine tool to slice. Thus in conclusion, it's just takes too long and it would be much more efficient if you could cut up everything in one go. Now, I know that since the CSS was introduced there is a lesser need for slicing but the need is still there nonetheless.
Now I don't know if this makes sense at all, but what could be done is, just allow the rulers that are draged on to the image to be resizable (i.e. they would have to be the full width/length of the image), this could be accompanied by a toolbar button which when clicked would allow you to choose on placing a hori/vertical ruler and then you could place it where ever you wish. I have no idea if this brakes any technical stuff but that's my (non-hackerish way) of doing it.
Thanks for your efforts everyone, -Gezim