The Super Simple Photo Resizer does 2 basic things:
1) Resize & crop photos
2) Upload photos to social networks
The goal is to be fast & easy to use.
The interface is minimal, and all advanced features are hidden in keyboard shortcuts. The help file is a must for anyone that wants to use it faster than fast. Features
Resize and crop photos with extremely simple & intuitive controls.
Comments and relevant options are available for the relevant social networks. Planned Features
No future features are planned unless it is well received, in which case feedback will be accepted. i.e. It does what it is intended to do - make uploading resized/cropped photos to social networks drop dead simple. Screenshots
And just for the sake of being a bit silly...
And not so silly...
Example page of the above uploaded photo (different resizing/cropping):N.A.N.Y 2013 Submission - Super Simple Photo ResizerUsageInstallation
Run the installer. No special considerations. Using the Application
The easiest and fastest way to use it is to right-click on a photo, then choose the Photo Resizer context menu item.
Keyboard shortcuts are available in the help file.
Otherwise, you only need to look at the application to know how to use it.
DEFAULT PHOTO SAVE FOLDER - ORIGINAL PHOTO FOLDER
*** Photos are saved by default to the same folder as the original photo, and renamed with an easy to identify name. This is customizable in the preferences (F4).Uninstallation
Run the uninstaller through the Windows Control Panel. Tips
Use the free license key here:
Press CTRL + L to enter the license key.TO CROP FAST
1) Resize first.
2) Position the upper-left corner.
3) Resize the Photo Resizer window for the lower-right corner.Known Issues
The help file isn't perfectly up to date. Some images are older, and some functionality isn't documented, but all the most important ones are.
Facebook albums prior to timeline are not in the dropdown menu. This will not be fixed. This is Facebook breaking their own API. New albums appear as would be expected. NO OPEN CANDY
Previously I received some fairly extreme criticism for having Open Candy in the installer of the last version. This version DOES NOT have Open Candy in the installer. However, to be perfectly clear, that decision had nothing to do with previous criticism.