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Web Resizer was reviewed by FileCluster.com and has been awarded with our 5 Stars Editors’ Pick Award.
The application page is located at: http://www.filecluster.com/Photo-Graphic/Editors-Utils/Download-Web-Resizer.html.
I received an e-mail from one of WebResizer users.
Downloaded latest version
Great prog thank you!
The text watermark does not work (tried XP and 7?)
I make software in XP, and it works on both XP and 7.
Can you check whether you have checked “Insert text” check box in “Output options” and try again if it works.
And he says again:
Yes i have ticked insert text.
I have tried it on 3 different computers with the same problem,text does not get added.
Is there an earlier version i can try please to use on XP or 7?
I think this user wants older version. I wonder why … Unfortunately, I have not.
Older code will not work on updated development environment. That’s why I must update each software. And I do not keep my older software either to save space.
If I write that the program works in XP and 7, then it works.
I actually tested on these operating systems (English and Swedish) before I publish them.
Unfortunately, if it still does not work on your system, I cannot do anything about it.
As you see it, it works Web Resizer Text Watermark on my XP, and it works on 7 as well.
Check the following:
- Tranparency should not be 0 (zero), 0 = Transparent (invisible).
- “Insert Text” check box should be checked.
- If you have a dark photo, choose a light text color. (If you have a bright photo, select a dark text color)
- You have a large photo and the font is very small. It works but not very visible. Choose then larger font.
Mr L.V. sent an e-mail to me.
Just download and installed the web resizer but can’t figure out how to make it Go/Save!!!!
Since his e-mail address was not correct, I got my answer returned.
- Select the folder where you have images
- Select the image(s) you want to downscale from listbox
- Determine destination folder (If you want to overwrite the original images, you select the checkbox “Use The Same folder”)
- Click Resize button
I’m trying to make Wizard for next update. I left many options for users, but it seems they want much easier.
Web Resizer got a new Award by SoftwareCocktail (http://www.softwarecocktail.com/).
Actually “Editor’s Pics”!
Web Resizer Editor’s Review By Jim Curry.
Much more than just another freeware bulk image resizing tool, Web Resizer is the professional image manipulation and processing utility that web and systems administrators everywhere have been waiting for.
A tiny 2Mb download and a quick, no-frills install reveals some serious functionality packed into a one-size-fits-all window. Use the simple directory browser to select the folder you want to work with, choose the filetype and destination, and then take a closer look at some of the things Web Resizer lets you do.
One of the stuff in Software Cocktail worked so hard to create my pad file. I would like to thank for his job.
Web Resizer version 220.127.116.111 has released now.
- Compatibility to Vista and 7
- Some more DPI alternative
- It appeared double Default Profile.ini on the box at first start – has been fixed.
- On Vista. When you want to overwrite a saved profile, showed save as dialog – has been fixed.
- On Vista. Some minor behaviors after multi resize images – has been solved.
Download Web Resizer 1,77 MB (1814 KB // 1 856 652 byte)
It happened like this when I wanted to use the Web Resizer on Vista.
When I would look at the picture, or try resize the picture, showed a surprising statement (Actually loops error message when I wanted to resize images). And I could not exit the program without using the Windows Task Manager.
The problem occurs when Windows dumped memory. – Think that Windows was shut down and restart and you have your login screen after a screen saver with power saving function or without a screen saver. – And now start the Web Resizer and wish to view the image or so on, as it happens.
Unfortunately I cannot do anything for this problem, it is in fact Windows itself to do. That is the way you can do right now is to reboot the computer.