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I have taken a different approach for automatically positioning the pdfs in my current project, but the problem in the ImageCatalog.jsx script remains.
Sorry I didn't see this sooner. The offset fields set the distance of the frames from each other--they're the vertical and horizontal gutters in the grid. Maybe I should rename the options, but they seem to work the way I expect them to.
>Maybe I should rename the options, but they seem to work the way I expect them to.
That would certainly help other users. But more to the point, there should be a minimal Read Me file explaining the basic ideas and assumptions of the script.
What I still need is a script that would place one (or more) image(s) per page, and that would give me control of the placement of the frame (yours does that by using the margins and your gutter offsets), as well as the relative offsets for the image within the frame (so as to do cropping*).
Yours is a good script and may work as intended. But as with most scripts, you probably wrote it for a specific image cataloging project, and later it was included for distribution with the product. If so, please state some thing to that effect in the future Read Me file.
* My need isn't to catalog images, but to use them, all cropped equally. So I don't need to show the full contents of the image.