I have multiple icons placed in a document, from several different sources (all are vector objects) -- see the included image. They vary in size and what I would like to do is find a less onerous method of resizing all the heights to a specific size, while scaling the width proportionately. I have found several scripts that come close to a solution (see links below), but none that allow me to input a height (or width) in inches and have all the objects resize to that height proportionately.
If someone could help me with this problem I'd send them all my leftover Halloween candy (mostly Starburst, Skittles, and one bag of Sour Patch Kids).
Change Width to the Width of the narrowest object --> Script01
Change Height to the Height of the shortest object --> Script02
Change Multiple Attributes (JohnWundes) --> Script03
Thanks in advance.
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I have made something similar to what you need...if you turn you images into symbols...see if it works for you.
creates a symbols "contact sheet"
That does look great, CarlosCanto, unfortunately all the objects I am processing are coming in from disparate documents and getting them all into a symbol set seems, well, daunting and work additive.