FitPlot
FitPlot 4.8.0
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Arrange PDFs in a plotter sheet.   Demo ($18.99)
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The goal of FitPlot is simple:
  • place various PDFs (or other common graphic formats files such as JPG, TIF, GIF, EPS, PSD, image in the pasteboard) on a virtual plotter sheet;
  • Arrange all objects in a WYSIWYG environment moving and rotating them;
  • Print the so arranged plotter sheet and eventually save it for later printings.
I know this can be done with blazoned vectorial applications, but here we have a small program that can just do it--nothing less, nothing more.
What's New
Version 4.8.0:

New

  • OS X 10.9 ready: the app has been compiled and tested for the new system, still remaining fully compatible with older ones (minimum 10.7.3)
Improvements
  • Now you are able to edit document and images names in the Log panel
  • It is even possible, in the log panel, to delete a record selecting the row and clicking the delete key (backspace)
  • Automatic job name recording when printing untitled documents (if the FitPlot document that is printed contains one image only, the image name is assigned to the job in the log record). The printing of untitled files, with more than one image inserted, will prompt a dialog to input the name to assign to that job in the log file
  • Added the menu item Show... templates folder to easily reach the folder where your models are saved by default in the Finder
Bug fixing
  • Fixed the misbehavior in the items list panel
  • Fixed occasional crash after saving a template
  • Added an alert that appears in case FitPlot is trying to open the log file saved in a shared disk that is not reachable
  • Other minor bug fixed

Version 4.8.0:

New

  • OS X 10.9 ready: the app has been compiled and tested for the new system, still remaining fully compatible with older ones (minimum 10.7.3)
Improvements
  • Now you are able to edit document and images names in the Log panel
  • It is even possible, in the log panel, to delete a record selecting the row more...
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7.3 or later



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Volcanus reviewed on 01 Mar 2014
On the app store the demo is called Fitplot free. This is just crap, because it prints a banner on the page. The free edition could be restricted but should be still usable.
[Version 4.8.0]


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+8
Hauslendale commented on 19 Oct 2007
objShadow shows up in layout, but when printed or saved as pdf no objShadow is applied..

Mac G5 Intel
3.0GHz Quad
[Version 2.0]

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pamarcu (developer) replied on 20 Oct 2007
Shadows are used only to get a better visibility of object with white borders on a white background. It is only a screen effect.
Though I have this clear in my mind, I have not written it out on the product page and in the online help.
Sorry, I'll make it clear on the FitPlot docs soon.
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pamarcu (developer) commented on 11 Dec 2006
Fixed a .dmg problem preventing 1.0 version application to launch.
All downloaders before december 11 2006, should download it again.
Sorry for the glitch.
[Version 1.0]


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License:Demo
Date:23 Dec 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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The goal of FitPlot is simple:
  • place various PDFs (or other common graphic formats files such as JPG, TIF, GIF, EPS, PSD, image in the pasteboard) on a virtual plotter sheet;
  • Arrange all objects in a WYSIWYG environment moving and rotating them;
  • Print the so arranged plotter sheet and eventually save it for later printings.
I know this can be done with blazoned vectorial applications, but here we have a small program that can just do it--nothing less, nothing more.


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