Photoshop: Image processor - Add option for "Don't Enlarge"

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Image processor in Photoshop needs a "Don't enlarge" checkbox, just like Lightroom and Camera Raw have.

I am scaling down a lot of images for our webshop, and while most pictures are in a high resolution, some are not. And it doesn't look good to have a small image scaled up to a 4K resolution :)
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Image Processor Pro has this capability. Makes sure to download the latest 3.2b5 version, which works with PS CC2018.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ps-scripts/files/Image%20Processor%20Pro/v3_2%20betas/
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Thanks a million, that worked! Was a little tricky to install since I don't have the Extension Manager, so had to install it manually. Quick question: When I upgrade to the next Photoshop CC version, will I have to install the plugin again? 
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Image Processor Pro v3.2b5 works with the current PS 2018 version 19.1.5 and earlier versions. When installing a major update (CC 2017 to CC 2018) you may have to reinstall the plugin.
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Ok, thanks. I'm thinking I'll need to install it again, since some of the files were installed in a folder for this specific Photoshop version.