From Paolo Marcuccetti:
Place various PDFs (or other common graphic formats files such as JPG, TIF, GIF, EPS, PSD, images in the pasteboard) on a virtual plotter sheet;
Arrange all objects in a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) environment moving, resizing and rotating them;
Print the so arranged plotter sheet and eventually save it for later printings.
The app includes many useful features such automated pagination, last minute photo retouching, duplications, resizing, trimming, packing, imposition, job tracking, ink analysis, and others to make this little application an indispensable "printer companion".
- Export As Image: from this version it is possible to export the current page in various raster image's formats like png, jpg, tif and raster pdf.
- Show / hide image: with this new property, each element inserted in FitPlot may be hidden or showed for editing purposes (for example to reveal an object that is covered by another).
- Pinch zoom for Macs equipped with trackpad. Use two fingers diverging / converging on the trackpad to obtain a zoom in / out of the view.
- Smart zoom for Macs equipped with trackpad or magic mouse. A double tap with two fingers toggles view from fit the window to fit the selected object (if any) or zoom to width.
- Resize to Photo Standard Sizes: this menus constraints selected images to a size from standard international sizes (metric or imperial).
- New image relink options: until now, when replacing an image, using the relink feature ([change] button in the info panel or double click on the image), the replacing image inherited scale, rotation, crops etc. from the source. Now there are three options:
1. Same source scale %: this is the old behavior, the replacing image assume the scale % of the source.
2. Fit source box: in this case the replacing image is scaled to match opportunely one side of the box, centering the image in the box and leaving blank the exceeding spaces.
3. Fill source box: with this option, the box is entirely filled by the replacing image, scaling it opportunely and cropping the exceeding part to maintain the source ratio.