Yesterday i thought it might be useful to add a little calculator to the fxg converter tool. Because if you convert a fxg file to java2d code you sometimes need to convert additional points (e.g. non centric rotation center etc.).
To achieve this i usually use a desktop calculator and convert the point coordinates from the image to scalable coordinates for the java2d code.
Making this easier i added this simple stupid calculation to the fxg converter so i'll have it always available if needed.
Here's a little screenshot...
You can open the calculator by pressing the calculator button and if you have a fxg file opened in the preview it will pass the width and height of the fxg file to the appropriate fields in the calculator.
Now you just have to put in the coordinates of the original point and press the "Calculate relative position" button and you will get the new coordinates in relation to the width and height shown in the textfield at the bottom of the window.
It's nothing special but for me it's a little handy tool...