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 in FitPlot
Bleed control. The bleed is the part on the side of an image that gives the printer a small amount of space to account for the movement of the paper. With this new feature, is easy to set a bleed value to apply to all selected images. In the end you'll obtain images expanded of the given amount on each side. Also, optionally, trim marks will be placed at the four corners.
Small bug fixing and interface improvements.
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