I made a cheesy application with a bash script using CocoaDialog, and within this application I need to modify the size of a photo. So, I researched a little and found the sips command; and it works perfectly when I execute my script directly from Terminal. Unfortunately, when the script is executed from the app being clicked on, the image isn't modified at all. I read through the sips man page, and found nothing that would solve my problem. If you have any alternatives for editing a photo in this situation, or even something that I may be missing within the sips command, please let me know.
closed as too localized by Gilles, Renan, Stéphane Gimenez, jasonwryan, warl0ck Sep 7 '12 at 7:22
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