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Old 01-26-2011, 06:25 PM   #4
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Device: PRS-600 and PRS-350
Jackie,

Thanks for the effort -- sounds like a handy plug-in!

I won't be far off from your setup (XP/350), but I'll beta test for you.

From your description, I'm expecting your plug-in will re-size and copy selected covers into the images directory on the PRS -- does this work one at a time or with selected batches? Will it also desaturate the photos? re-assign the photos selected for standby?

Also curious about your scaling -- for rescale, is it a "stretchy" operation or a trim? If you "retain aspect," does it scale to height, width or fit (smallest of height or width)? does the "retain aspect" add white or black bars or simply re-size?

Last edited by CraftyDan; 01-26-2011 at 06:27 PM. Reason: Gave credit to the worng OP -- not that SeaBookGuy isn't great, just not the OP.
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