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« on: September 26, 2011, 02:31:18 PM »

Hi,

This is what I want to do in a simpler way :
Select (move/copy in another folder...) pics with WIDTH > 1024.

Actually with Dimensions2Folders, I sort all pics by dimensions then select folders containing pics with Width > 1024.

The best solution is to enable > < and * in "Sort only images that match these resolutions".

TIA for your answers.
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« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2011, 10:13:10 PM »

If that's all you want to do (sort by width greater than 1024), it might be easier for me to quickly write you a new commandline program to do only that.  Your thoughts?
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« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2011, 02:08:19 AM »

Seems all your works are great, bro !    tongue

I think the most elegant way (if technically possible...) is, in :

"Sort only images that match these resolutions" > "Add" > "Width" & "Height"

use of > (greater than...), < (smaller than...), * (any...)

But all proggy doing the job will be great !
(The task is to shrink, after sorting, to 1024 (width of screen), all pics greater than this value.)

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TIA.
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« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2014, 05:45:58 AM »

Please be patient, new member.
I know, I am reviving a very old request but having found this great program the one feature that would make it excellent for me (and I am obviously not alone) as opposed to great would be this exact feature.
Adding in the <> to the tolerance options would make this excellent.
We have way too many files to catalogue and need to easily weed out the thumbnails which tend to be "< or > a size" not "around a size"

The use of the folder delimiter also really needs a better explanation.
 
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« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2014, 09:12:11 PM »

Please be patient, new member.

Hi, MetcalfeP, and welcome to the DonationCoder site.   smiley

I know, I am reviving a very old request but having found this great program the one feature that would make it excellent for me (and I am obviously not alone) as opposed to great would be this exact feature.
Adding in the <> to the tolerance options would make this excellent.

I'll see what I can do.  Thank you.

The use of the folder delimiter also really needs a better explanation.

That feature lets you specify which character(s) to use in between the width and the height.  By default, the value is " x ".  That is, space, x, space, resulting is destination folders such as "800 x 600"  and "1024 x 768" etc.  You could put a single dash in there and it would create folders such as "800-600" and "1024-768" etc.  You can try different values in that field and it will update the sample text to the right in real-time.  Does that explain things a bit more clearly?
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