That would break the box file since it's not compliant to Tesseract box 
coordinate specifications.

The program is open-source and developed using NetBeans 
<> IDE. Its code is fairly easy to follow. You can 
change it any way you'd like to.

On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 7:26:32 AM UTC-5, John Timuty wrote:
> Hey there Quan!
> Will you please do me a favor? ^_~
> Because you have made Jtessbox editor, I'd like to req you personally..
> You have kept an option to 'Save' the box file in File menu.
> Will you modify it and put the code to SAVE the data present in the Data 
> Grid 'AS IT IS'?
> Please see the screenshot to easily understand what i want to say..
> I don't know java so i request you to please make a small change and 
> compile it for me..
> Please. Please?
> On Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 9:56:09 PM UTC+5:30, Quan Nguyen wrote:
>> They just released today an updated version of Tesseract training binary, 
>> which fixed text2image. The program is still unstable, though, but usable. 
>> Go download jTessBoxEditor again and try out.
>> On Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 9:34:06 AM UTC-5, John Timuty wrote:
>>> Hello there everyone!
>>> You people have been a great help to me, thanks for everything! ^_^
>>> Today i downloaded Jtessboxeditor 2.0 beta and got Text2image.*EXE 
>>> *Finally! 
>>> :'-D
>>> But it sucks. It shows stupid errors for no reasons. What a crap.
>>> I wasted 5 months of my life waiting for unknown people to compile me 
>>> this crap ~_~
>>> RIP Text2Image.cpp >.< Curse this crap.

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