Place And Scale
Place And Scale
1.0.7

5.0

Place And Scale free download for Mac

Place And Scale

1.0.7
24 December 2010

Plugin for InDesign.

Overview

Place And Scale InDesign Plug-In will automatically scale any placed bitmap image to match a certain predetermined resolution - so it becomes easy to place a collection of JPEG images from various sources and be sure they all end up with the same effective resolution.

What's new in Place And Scale

Version 1.0.7:
  • Support for CS5
  • One-shot operation by default: once an image has been scaled, it won't be scaled again the next time it is moved or pasted.

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4 Place And Scale Reviews

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Macsolu
09 December 2007

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Crashes CS3 frequently -- copying & pasting is also negatively affected. As soon as I removed this, CS3 reverted to being stable.
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Version 1.0.5
TSMelo
18 July 2008
It would be nice if the screenshot thumbnail was linked to a larger version of the screenshot... As it is, all you see is the thumbnail in a new window/tab... Not very useful.
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Version 1.0.6
Macsolu
09 December 2007
Crashes CS3 frequently -- copying & pasting is also negatively affected. As soon as I removed this, CS3 reverted to being stable.
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Version 1.0.5
Niamor
26 June 2006
Thanks to the developper. This little plugin is perfect. Really quick and simple to install, absolutly simple to use. No floating window more, nothing to configure. Works with most common image formats, Tiff, JPG, PNG, BMP, PSD... Not with Pdf, eps, and pict (of course and it's really not a problem!). With this, i will never have to check the deph and the proportions of my images again, which is a boring part of the works. I keep time and can be confident to the quality of my images. And it's free, what else !
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Version 1.0.3
Anonymous
12 November 2005
This is really impressive...... I always automator all my images so they are 300dpi cmyk before I start laying out pages... but I am going to install this on the ediorial staffs macs as they still haven't tuely understood what constitutes a good quality image and this will save a load of time and effort. Thanks you Mr Developer for making a great plugin... and also one that is free.
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Version 1.0.1