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A beta version of SmallImage 3.0 that is now Snow Leopard compatible is now available !!

SmallImage is a simple and efficient tool to batch process JPEG files, resize them, recompress them, remove embedded profiles and make them ready for the Web or store them efficiently.
SmallImage also lets you retreive informations about your JPEG files, like the compression factor, the size of each metadata, the EXIF informations, and so on.

What's New

Version 2.0.6: Sorry for all the trouble with version 2.0.5.
  • 10.3.9 Compatibility was broken in version 2.0.5 and should now be back

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.3.9 to 10.5 with Java 1.4.2

*Previously available here

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Markoekv Member IconComment+8
Markoekv
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Hey, I figuted it out right away, hehe - just hit command-I for info window and check Open using Rosetta - and there you go !

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Version 2.0.6
jptk Member IconComment+1
jptk
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Great donationware, but doesn't work with Snow Leopard... :-(

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Version 2.0.6
Iconus.ch (developer)
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SmallImage 3.0 is now compatible with Snow Leopard.

You can download the first beta version here:

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12759/smallimage

OrbiterApps Member IconReview+22
OrbiterApps
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This program is absolutely fantastic! Thank you so much for making life easier for those resizing pics all day :-)

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Version 2.0.6
narniabound Member IconComment+0
narniabound
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Excellent program! SmallImage2 works can best be described as elegant simplicity.

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Version 2.0.6
foto555 Member IconReview+17
foto555
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Smallimage may be free, but its featureset, high quality image output is still the best!

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Version 2.0.6
hairypsalm Member IconComment+1
hairypsalm
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Great applicaton! I only wish that it could rotate as well.

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Version 2.0.6
Alua Member IconReview+6
Alua
+0

fast. efficient. stable. simply excellent!

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Version 2.0.6
RickFrog Member IconComment+0
RickFrog
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This is an brilliant 'little' piece of software.
I use it almost on a daily basis and it simply does
what it's supposed to do with loads of features to boot at 0 cost!
Excellent!!!

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Version 2.0.6
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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Those warnings are generated on 10.4 when resource forks are referenced using the deprecated "/rsrc" suffix. Open Terminal, run a command like "file filename/rsrc", and you'll see a message in the system.log:

% file .cshrc/rsrc
.cshrc/rsrc: empty
% tail -1 /var/log/system.log
Jun 29 06:38:17 hostname kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (.cshrc/rsrc)

Using the longer "/..namedfork/rsrc" suffix avoids that.

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Version 2.0.3
Anonymous Member IconReview
Anonymous
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I notice the following in the system log under Tiger:

May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio cp: error processing extended attributes: Operation not permitted
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0002.jpg/rsrc)
May 15 10:34:19 1-2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio kernel[0]: HFS: /rsrc paths are deprecated (DSCF0003.jpg/rsrc)


Is this an issue?

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Version 2.0.3
Anonymous Member Icon
Anonymous
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And just what would an AUDIO exception have to do with an app that deals with image files? I mean really, think about it.

Anonymous Member Icon
Anonymous
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You're misreading the logfile. The name of the computer involved is
"1.2MHz-Dual-Processor-G4-Digital-Audio"

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Downloads 19,483
Version Downloads 15,368
License Free
Date 23 Feb 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free