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    Default VSO resizer (right-click resizer for Vista)

    Program Name: VSO Resizer
    Website: http://www.vso-software.fr/products/image_resizer/
    Current version: 2.x (2.0.13 I think)
    Desired versions: 1.x (see notes below)
    Description: Right-click photo resizer for Vista (a replacement for Microsoft's PowerToys that don't work on Vista)

    This archive.org page is about how I remember it looking when I originally downloaded it when I first got Vista in 2007.

    This softpedia page lists some of the different versions - I know I had one of the earlier 1.x versions, because I downloaded 2.x recently and it had a new feature that required an extra click if you didn't use the paid version. So I downloaded the 1.x version that is still on the site, but it was NOT what I remembered. The one I remember had different profiles to choose from for a quick resize - you could choose between a variety of resize sizes (like 320x240, 400x600, 600x800....).

    Then I found this review which lists 1.0.12 and the screenshot looks about right.

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    I found an older version and it's not it... I hunted through some backups and found 1.0.12 and it was NOT what I thought it was. The Profile drop-down list (as seen above) is not pre-populated with popular sizes...it only has Original Resolution and Desktop Resolution. Hmmm.

    Here is the official Version History. I have no way of knowing which one it actually is.
    Last edited by hudson2001; 06-14-2008 at 12:06 PM.


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