I've been doing a bit of website work lately (using Coda of course), and I've found myself resizing images quite a bit. Unfortunately this also means I have to update the width and height attributes for the image tags, which was getting annoying.
What I really need is a "copy width and height tag from image" in Coda, but since I don't have that I made this little Python plugin for Acorn:
def main(image): pb = NSPasteboard.generalPasteboard() pb.declareTypes_owner_([NSStringPboardType], None) s = 'width="%d" height="%d"' % (image.extent(), image.extent()) pb.setString_forType_(s, NSStringPboardType) return None
And since the image I'm working on is usually open in Acorn anyway, this works out perfectly.
P.S. - did you know you can setup Acorn as an image editor for Coda? It's pretty sweet- you just right click on an image in the source list, and choose "Edit With Acorn". Any saves you make go right back to the server.