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Douglas Bray

Resize Image Thumbnails

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I often add images to my notes in Evernote. It would be nice if I could resize multiple thumbnails to a set width e.g. 140px.  When I add an image in a note the image usually takes up all of the space in my note. For aesthetic reasons I like to see resize my images/screenshots into small thumbnails, it makes it easier for me to view the note. Currently, the process to resize images is to click on the image corner and drag to resize. This is a tedious process and when having to resize 10 images in a note it can become quite cumbersome. It would be nice if there was a way to select multiple images and resize all the thumbnails. As a comparison, the Notes app on macOS by Apple offers two sizes for image thumbnails (View as Large Images, View as Small Images). I would like to see one step further and be able to resize to a width/height of choice. 

 

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Large Image View in Evernote.

Evernote - small thumbnail.png

Small Image View in Evernote (manually resized).

Notes on macOS - large thumbnail.png

Large Image View in Notes. Select "View as Small Images" to see below.

Notes on macOS - small thumbnail.png

Small Image View in Notes. Select "View as Large Images" to see above.

Edited by Douglas Bray
Updated post content for clarity.

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1 minute ago, Douglas Bray said:

I often add images to my notes in Evernote. It would be nice if I could resize multiple thumbnails to a set width e.g. 140px.  When I add an image in a note the image usually takes up all of the space in my note.

If you place the images in a table, the size is constrained to the cell dimensions

You can also merge cells to provide interesting image/text layouts

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15 minutes ago, DTLow said:

If you place the images in a table, the size is constrained to the cell dimensions

You can also merge cells to provide interesting image/text layouts

Not quite what I had in mind but clever work around. 👍🏻

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