Thumbscrew
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Drag & drop rotated thumbnail creation tool.   Free
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Thumbscrew allows you to drag and drop images to create rotated thumbnails with borders and drop shadows. Maximum angle of rotation, maximum thumbnail bounding box, and border size can all be set before creating thumbnails.

Discsuss changes and feature requests on the mailing list at: thumbscrew-users
What's New
Version 1.0:
  • Manual included
  • Proper paste keybinding support
  • New appcast URL
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later



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ver. 1.x:
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logicalnot reviewed on 22 Jan 2008
Does the job very well. Fast. Very reliable. And it's free.

{ I wish we can add a custum style (different kind of frames, picture effects, etc.. }
[Version 1.0]


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jarchambeau commented on 17 Aug 2007
Very nice product, worked right out "the box" - I like the fact that you can also set it easily to zero angle.
[Version 1.0]


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+10
Calle commented on 12 Aug 2007
An example preview in the settings - so that one could see what happens immediately - would be a step closer, if not further, perfection..
[Version 1.0]

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Urbanape (developer) replied on 21 Aug 2007
Calle, that's a great idea, and one I had originally sketched out. Ultimately, it was left out of 1.0, but might return in a later version.
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Troggy commented on 13 Dec 2006
I love this little app, but it doesn't appear to work on Intel Macs? I would sure love to see a universal binary.
[Version 1.0b9]

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Urbanape (developer) replied on 16 Jan 2007
New version. Universal Binary. Enjoy! :^)
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+15

rpaege reviewed on 19 Oct 2006
Ohhh this is excellent. Just what the doctor ordered! I was using a photoshop droplet, but since Adobe dropped the ball with CS2s droplet tool and the Save As command, this fills the bill nicely and is far, far easier to use.
[Version 1.0b9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Oct 2005
Small suggestion: Not only the thumbnails, but also the resized images should be allowed to be framed, that would be awesome. Maybe applying Quartz or other effects to the frames would be cool, too...
[Version 1.0b9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 16 Aug 2005
I didn't have any issues with the last build. But improvements can only add to a nearly perfect app. It does exactly what it says it will. Does it fast and efficiently. I thumb nailed over 400 jpegs in perhaps 1.5 minutes. Wonderful!!!!

thanks
[Version 1.0b9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 05 Aug 2005
Version 1.0b8 works fine on 10.3.9.

Useful little app, very nice.
[Version 1.0b8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Aug 2005
Fired it up in 10.4.2 Tried to select preferences. Beach Ball of Death. Force quit. Relaunched. Dropped image on it. Bleary "exception" notice. App died. Something wrong here, perhaps?
[Version 1.0b7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 03 Aug 2005
ok it starts up in 10.3.9 but wont let me open the preferences i just get the spinning ball...
[Version 1.0b7]


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Downloads:12,457
Version Downloads:3,503
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:10 Aug 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Thumbscrew allows you to drag and drop images to create rotated thumbnails with borders and drop shadows. Maximum angle of rotation, maximum thumbnail bounding box, and border size can all be set before creating thumbnails.

Discsuss changes and feature requests on the mailing list at: thumbscrew-users


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