Replace images with information frames showing name and filename: PicInfoFrames

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Replace images with information frames showing name and filename.

Project Description

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http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center/replace-images-with-information-frames-showing-name-and-filename-picinfoframes/screenshot

Replace images with information frames showing name and filename.

Images in document will be replaced by autocreated SVG-Images of very small file size. The SVGs are only linked and placed in a subfolder called PicInfoFrames". The InfoFrames consists only of a frame and text in the center showing the image name (if available) and the embedded or linked filename. You can set the width of the frame border lines and font-size of the text.

May be useful for editorial exchange purposes where you want to work with very small file size but keep the layout intact.

Note: Don't overwrite your original document because all images have been replaced by InfoFrames. Not Undoable!

For security reasons the "save"-Button is disabled after processing. You can "save as".

If you want to embed the InfoFrames you can use LibreOffice's builtin "edit"->"links"->"break links". (because of bug in LibreOfficePortable 5.1.0.3 you must even break the links to see the SVGs)

If you have 1 image selected in Writer then only this image will be affected.

The same Extension for OpenOffice:

http://extensions.openoffice.org/de/node/18448

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Writer Extension

Current Release

Replace images with information frames showing name and filename: PicInfoFrames - 1.0

Released Feb 20, 2016 — tested with:

LibreOffice 5.0,

initial
More about this release…

picinfoframes-1-0-0_libreoffice.oxt
File size: 10 kb

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Feb 20, 2016
    • LibreOffice 5.0
    initial
    • CC-by-sa-v3 (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0)
    final

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