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Drag-and-drop script to quickly resize any image
Authored by: PeterDie on Sep 28, '04 06:48:32PM

Ahw, c'mon. ThumbsUp 4.0 is the way to go. Kudos for trying to reinvent a wheel, but the resize / scale / compress / pre-suffix-folder /antialiasing /sharpening / quit when done-options are a few clicks away if you just startup the app without dropping anything on it, while you never see a dialog when you drop a bunch of pics on ThumbsUp. It just works!

Granted, two gripes; resize quality could be better. Not as good as Resize!
You cannot set arbitrary height with a give with. You can percentually re-scale or set with x height.

Contrary to Resize!, ThumbsUp shows no dialog. You can drop individual files on ThumbsUp, while Resize! requires dropping a folder

Another option: the contextual menu extension PhotoTools. Does a great job, too, but requires filling in width every time. Has other very handy features, though.

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