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  1. After Develop when most is set: Crop and rotate doesn’t cut off as it should, and it always as default choose ”unconstrained”, how to get original ratio by default? Wonder if the developers ever used AP and edited like 200 RAWs and want to save them as full size PSD in one map and smaller sized JPG in another map, don’t think so…? Tedious to death… 1. Export… 2. Choose PDF 3. Press Export 4. Choose Map 5. Press save 6. Choose Document from meny 7. Choose Rezise in submenu 8. Enter i.e. hight (2500) 9. Choose DPI 300) instead of default 350. 10. Press Resize 11. Choose Export… 12. Choose JPG 13 Press Export 14. Choose Map 15. Press Save 16. Close 17. Press Don’t save.. One (1) RAW ready, just 199 more to go… For the name of the underground bad, evil one… Make this work as a MACRO please.
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