version 3.4.0 (on my G5 PPC) doesn't work for me under 10.4.11. It crashes at launch. I tracked the error in the log:(I'm paraphrasing)... "library 'quicklook.frameworks' failed to load". The app never opened. That "QuickLook" library is a Leopard library (I found it on my Leopard partition).version 3.2.2 works fine on Tiger.Possibly an oversight by the programmer calling version 3.4.0 functional under Tiger.One mini-bug I found. The progress bar stays active as if it's taking a long time, but the files are actually resized very quickly. I just dismiss the progress bar.Does the job. Quick, Decent app
Latest version is crashing in 10.4.11.
The one I always come back to for batch resizing. Simple, effective, and it keeps EXIF info which some others do not.
I have been using ResizeIt to my great satisfaction. Today it stopped working. So I stashed it to Trash and downloaded the newer version. But a warning box displays that "The following Disk image couldn't be opened" and the reason given is "Not recognized". Strange! What went wrong? Any idea?
A very simple but useful image batch app.The GUI needs some work though.
I have tried similar apps for resizing but none of them performed for me the way this one does. A few simple preferences provide all the options I need to edit either a single, or batch, picture's dimensions or overall size. My only criticism is that occasionally I will launch ResizeIt and I will get an alert that the version I am using has expired and I need to download a newer version.
I don't get it, when I resize my image, the image turns into negative.
I have the same problem. The most important is the lack of a customizable size, so that any user could define the exact dimensions for the loaded photos.
Dunno! Using 10.5.8 on a 12"G4 Powerbook.I chose 6 .jpgs and used ratio 50% it didn't resize anything. I tried 25% no dice! I finally used Quickview's contextual menu and resized them all.You guys are raving about this app how come it didn't work for me?
To me it's really the best but be careful when you resize using the "Width and Height" option since it might squeeze your pictures to resize them. You should never overwrite or delete without checking the results anyways.
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