Author Topic: TextnPic lets you add several lines of text comments to an image. Mac OS X 10.4  (Read 2131 times)

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TextnPic lets you add several lines of text comments to an image. Mac OS X 10.4 or later.


With this application you can

    * Add several lines of text comments to an image.
    * Save the image and text as a single pdf or jpg file.
    * Rotate the image, change the background and add a border.
    * Change the text position, size, font, colour and orientation.
    * Open images by dragging or by pasting an image clip.

TextnPic is totally free. It works on Mac OS 10.4 or later and requires a screen size of at least 800x600. It has two window sizes, allowing for different amounts of text. Help is available within the application.

Ideas for using TextnPic

- Add comments on artistic possibilites to a reference pic or sketch that you may be displaying fullscreen with GridaPic.

- Permanently identify people and places in family archives of images.

- Save a commented image as a single file for emailing.

- Make an image record of a trip by combining a group of commented pdf files into one document using Automator or other applications. In Automator the filesize of pdfs is reduced as the document is created.

- If displaying a pdf file in Adobe Reader you can go to links that you have put in the text area. (With a pdf page in Safari you can right-click on a selected link in the text area). Note that text in pdf files is searched by Spotlight.

- Drag a commented file into documents you are creating with word processors such as TextEdit (Rich Text format) or Pages or Microsoft Word. (CropaRatio may be used to change the print size of a jpg first).

- Have fun viewing your photos and image clips against different backgrounds, and adding coloured text and borders. You may drag images straight across into TextnPic from your iPhoto library.


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