Applies flat or 3D frames around or on your images. You may also set an option to auto-add a frame to all images you capture with HyperSnap.
Enter the total frame width in pixels.
Click this to give a 3D look to your frame. When enabled, you can modify additional parameters that will alter the 3D-like appearance.
Enter the width in pixels of the outermost part of a 3D frame. Then select whether it should be raised (has the highlight color) or sunken (has the shadow color).
Enter the width in pixels of the inner part of a 3D frame. Then select whether it should be raised (has the highlight color) or sunken (has the shadow color).
Check this to apply the frame to the image currently opened within the HyperSnap workspace. HyperSnap will draw the frame around the current selection on the image, if available, or around the entire image, if there is no visible selection.
Check this to auto-apply this frame to every image you capture.