batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation

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blackjackcat2003
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batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation

Post by blackjackcat2003 » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:29 pm

Attachments :Remote Desktop Picture August 7, 2015 at 11.24.23 AM EDT.pngHi there, i've used GC for years to do simple convert images from one size to another. I saw today the nifty, Multiscale images function that seems to work perfect for what i need it todo, combined with the rename function. i have it set to do both when i hit the GO button, but i can't seem to add them to the batch table of steps? how do i do that so i can script this for daily repeated automated use?

thorstenlemke
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Post by thorstenlemke » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:30 pm

Hi,you can not combine both at the moment.What would be the exact workflow?Thorsten Hi there, i've used GC for years to do simple convert images from one size to another. I saw today the nifty, Multiscale images function that seems to work perfect for what i need it todo, combined with the rename function. i have it set to do both when i hit the GO button, but i can't seem to add them to the batch table of steps? how do i do that so i can script this for daily repeated automated use?

blackjackcat2003
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Post by blackjackcat2003 » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:35 pm

single source file with nameing:1223_C1919_core-top_z_m.jpgsize to 3 sizes50x50180x260880x1270change naming to replace the _z with the following. 50x50 -- 1223_C1919_core-top_x50_m.jpg180x260 -- 1223_C1919_core-top_x180_m.jpg880x1270-- 1223_C1919_core-top_x880_m.jpg

blackjackcat2003
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Post by blackjackcat2003 » Sat Aug 08, 2015 3:16 pm

Any ideas?

thorstenlemke
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Re: batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation

Post by thorstenlemke » Sat Aug 08, 2015 3:52 pm

Hello,not yet.Thorsten Any ideas?__.

thorstenlemke
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Re: batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation

Post by thorstenlemke » Sun Aug 09, 2015 2:05 pm

Hello,pleas download the latest BETA:http://www.lemkesoft.org/beta.htmlI added now a find and replace command to multiscale.Thorsten single source file with nameing:1223_C1919_core-top_z_m.jpgsize to 3 sizes50x50180x260880x1270change naming to replace the _z with the following. 50x50 -- 1223_C1919_core-top_x50_m.jpg180x260 -- 1223_C1919_core-top_x180_m.jpg880x1270-- 1223_C1919_core-top_x880_m.jpg

Jerry South
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Re: batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation

Post by Jerry South » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:30 pm

Thorsten, I’m an old time user. I’ve used 6.4.2 for years, because I have all sorts of shortcuts, and downloading upgrades seems to lose all my shortcut preferences.Recently, I upgraded my OS to Yosemite, and I just tried my GC 6.4.2, and the toolbox is full of GC icons, not the tool icons.Here’s a screenshot of what I see:How do I get this back right?Jerry South

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Re: batch -- Multiscale images,and rename funcation [1 Attachment]

Post by thorstenlemke » Tue Aug 11, 2015 6:32 pm

Dear Jerry,ah - the old 6.x was designed for 10.4.Please install the current 9.7.1 on your current MacOS.Thorsten [Attachment(s) from Jerry South included below]Thorsten, I’m an old time user. I’ve used 6.4.2 for years, because I have all sorts of shortcuts, and downloading upgrades seems to lose all my shortcut preferences.Recently, I upgraded my OS to Yosemite, and I just tried my GC 6.4.2, and the toolbox is full of GC icons, not the tool icons.Here’s a screenshot of what I see:<Screenshot 2015-08-11 11.27.55.jpg>How do I get this back right?Jerry South. 

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