All these commands work on multiple faces at once.
Align the textures of each selected face to an edge of that face. Useful for multiple faces at once. If you want to control what side to align to, use the next command instead.
Align Texture To Edge
Align the textures of all selected faces to a selected edge. Useful for irregular polygons when it's important what side of the polygon the texture is aligned to.
Rotate Counter Clockwise
Rotates the textures of all selected faces 90° counter clockwise in just one click. Useful for wooden floors to get the planks in the right direction for instance.
Rotates the textures of all selected faces 90° clockwise in just one click.
Rotate Custom Angle
Rotate the textures of all selected faces by any angle.
Randomly moves around the textures of all selected faces to get rid patterns between faces.
On a spiral staircase it might look good if the texture of each step is aligned to fit the step. First select all these faces. Click 'Align Texture' so the texture of each stair is aligned to the side, usually the outer edge of the spiral staircase since this normally is the one first drawn. Now all stairs should look identical which doesn't look very realistic. Use 'Depatternize' to fix this. Depending on your choice of material it might also be a good idea to rotate all textures by 90°.
Merged 3 different plugins I've made, wrapped in extension and made texture aligning work for non-horizontal faces too.
Fixed small icons.
Fixed toolbar not showing up