Have you tried drawing a single carousel around the entire group? Should work just as easy in StampFix, and would save you some effort.
True, but I like my stamp images "in your face" ie good for study, and fly specking.
If I desired what you suggest, I would have to scan the platen at 600dpi
I don't think my well loved Windows 7 could handle the size.
I do that for my Steiner Page (scan at 200dpi) and the images are too poor
Do I have that right?
At 600 dpi, I can identify easily "varieties"
Place 2 stamps side by side and "Toggle"
Scanning changed my entire enjoyment in stamp collecting
seeing Stamps "In your face" brought a new wonderment to collecting.
Eg: The stamps of El Salvador, Bi-colour, using 1 plate.
I can see where the Printers are creating mistakes, by covering some parts of the design with Chalk to prevent printing.
(Obliterating some parts of the Intaglio)