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    Thumbs up AppleScripter, Photoshop user, work flow automator, newspaper imaging technician

    Hi. I have done quite a lot with AppleScript. From cutting small tasks or processes down to a shortcut, to processing entire work flows from downloading files to processing them and saving them to the proper locations on a network. Plain scripting (straight forward/by the book), GUI scripting, iMacros (Firefox scripting), and Image Events and sips (via shell scripts). I'd like to be able to script Photoshop better by learning JavaScript for Photoshop, which can do different things from AppleScript.

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    Re: AppleScripter, Photoshop user, work flow automator, newspaper imaging technician

    yay sounds like a lot of scripting ......

    welcome welcome to the forum


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    Re: AppleScripter, Photoshop user, work flow automator, newspaper imaging technician

    Thanks!

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