Photoshop: Automatic Crop after Panorama / Photomerge ?

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Dear all

Aside from manually using the crop or trim tool, is there an automatic way to crop the largest permissible *internal* rectangular area from a freshly photomerged image??

I stitch panoramas very often and would like a way for Photoshop to automatically trim the image so it can be flattened and saved immediately.

Am attaching a picture to help describe what I'm after and would appreciate any thoughts you may have!

Regards
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I posted Dave's script here:

http://tranberry.com/Photomerge_wo_di...

Right-Click the link to download the script.

The script will pop a dialog asking for some images to create a panorama with Photomerge. It then flattens the resulting layers and does a content aware fill to fill in the missing areas around the panorama.

I added some code so you can undo the layer merge and content aware fill in one step.