This is the first year I'm doing wireframes for my light show, and I was struggling with how to make it the right size to fit the light strings so that I wasn't left with a bunch of lights to cover up. This program allows you to design the wireframe and then scale it to fit light strings so that it comes out perfect.
DISCLAIMER: This program is not perfect. I'm sure it's full of bugs, however it works for me and if it works for you, that's great. I may be able to help with some problems or fixes, but I have a family and a full time job, as well as working on my lights for this year, so don't be surprised if I don't answer questions right away :)
Now that that's out of the way, here's what the program looks like. I'll try to explain how it works, and maybe do a video later. Click on the picture for full size.
I think that's it. If you have questions or comments, let me know. I hope some of you find it useful.
Thanks goes to GuruBlog for the cookie cutter code that I used as a starting point, and to Julapy for his color picker code, as well as Quark for his gui library.
Here are the download links. They all include the Processing source code.
EDIT: New version fixes a small bug with background image loading
Download for Windows v0.2
Download for MacOS v0.2
Download for Linux v0.2
Download Windows Version
Download MacOS Version
Download Linux Version