The downside to the new iPad retina display is that screen captures are huge. Rather than continue to fuss with manually resizing and changing the image resolution, I've created a macro to do it for me.
tell application "Finder" set these_items to the selection set myFolder to (POSIX path of (target of the front window as alias)) end tell repeat with i from 1 to the count of these_items set this_item to (item i of these_items) as alias tell application "Acorn" open this_item activate set shortName to name of document 1 set w to width of document 1 tell document 1 if w > 700 then resize image width 700 end if resize image resolution 72 save close end tell end tell end repeat
I trigger this script with Keyboard Maestro after selecting the files in the Finder.
You want to know something great about Acorn? Gus Mueller makes it and he is pretty awesome. He provides a good amount of training material but also has a good sense of humor.
Run this bit of applescript to get a nice surprise
tell application "Acorn" taunt end tell
Acorn has a "taunt" function. Come on. That's awesome.