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You know what really grinds my gears?
Old 10-21-2006, 10:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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..the fact that after PS7, ContactSheet2 expands vertical images and has moved the filename down to fill the "space." Would anyone happen to have a script that runs in CS1/CS2 that spits out a contact sheet like PS7? -joshua
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My Contact Sheet II in Photoshop CS2 gives the results you are seeing in PS7. So there must be some other factors. What settings are you using on the Contact Sheet II dialog
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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
Old 10-23-2006, 02:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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My Contact Sheet II in Photoshop CS2 gives the results you are seeing in PS7. So there must be some other factors. What settings are you using on the Contact Sheet II dialog
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So there is hope! I have installed on multiple machines multiple times and it's always the same fore me. Here is what my settings are...
On PS7 those grey boxes on the preview are not stretched to fill the page, but here they are. Drop me a reply is you see something different.


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I took 6 photos and setup the Contact Sheet in Version 7 and in CS2 with the same parameters (CS2 allows one to change the vert and horz spacing and to also use auto spacing whereas V7 appears to be hardwried in some way). Here is the V7 example:



Here is the CS2 example:



As you can see, they appear quite similar. I've included the settings shot for each and they are as close to the same as the two different interfaces allow.

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Old 10-24-2006, 08:59 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Those do look similar. Thank you for posting images and taking time. That is awesome of you to do. Try 3 Colums/2 Rows and see what happens. (it has to be 3x2 for I can print order forms in the blank space...)
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Old 10-24-2006, 12:16 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Those do look similar. Thank you for posting images and taking time. That is awesome of you to do. Try 3 Colums/2 Rows and see what happens. (it has to be 3x2 for I can print order forms in the blank space...)
I tried the 3x2 in CS2 and that makes a big difference and makes it more like the example you were getting. I then played with the vert and horz spacing and I could get it close to what you were trying to get to equal the ps7 version. Here is a screen shot:



The left uses Auto spacing and gives the odd results that you don't want. However if you turn on Auto spacing and set 17in for the vertical and 1 in for Horz, you get results much closer to V7. This is really odd (what does 17 in really mean to the script since obviously there is not 17 in of space vertically on an 8x10 sheet?).

Anyway, looks like by playing with the Vert and Horz you can get to where you want to go, or closer.

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Re: You know what really grinds my gears?
Old 10-25-2006, 04:46 AM   #7 (permalink)
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That is most excellent! I didn't play with the #'s too much b/c, like you said, they don't really make much sense. You are my hero!

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