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  1. Skimmer Actions for PDF Viewer Skim To download, visit the Packal page Version: 2.2.1 Description This is a fairly simple workflow that works with the free Mac PDF app Skim. Skim is a fantastic app with great Applescript support. This workflow provides quick, easy access to a few custom Applescripts that I've written to deal with certain pesky problems I come across when dealing with PDFs.There are currently only 3 actions: Crop and Split PDFExtract Data and Search Google Scholar Search your PDFs First, Skimmer allows you to properly format those darned scanned PDFs.
  2. Every day I have to publish articles on the internet. That means, I also have to work with pictures, especially resizing, which gets annoying if it takes too much time. That's why I was looking for a simple way to resize, crop or pad an image with Alfred. This is the result: This workflow uses an AppleScript by Herman van Boeijen which I found here. You have 2 options to use this workflow: 1. You use the command "imgedit" + the name of the image or 2. You browse your files with Alfred, use the right arrow to show the available options and choose this workflow. Here some screen
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