Hi Dave,

If you have ImageMagick installed, you can just use a little shell
script:

#!/bin/bash

IMAGEFILES=$(ls *.jpg)  # Or whatever your files are named

for x in $IMAGEFILES; do
    convert $x -geometry 200% larger-$x
done


This will make 40 new files with "large-" prepended to the original names.

 - Jesse


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> Dave Morse wrote:
> 
> > I'm working on 40 small images.  I'd like to double them all in size,
> > using Image>Scale Image ... Ratio X := 2.0, Ratio Y := 2.0.  Is there any
> > crafty way to work on all the images at once?  I'm no stranger to scheme,
> > btw...
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