I'm trying to do some basic stuff. I have a psd file with plenty of layers. Just one of the is the background and all the rest are objects above the background (each one separated in one different layer).
I want to export this to files. So I used the 'Export layers to files' option, which worked just fine and trimmed the layers to its boundaries as I wanted. The only problem is that now I have to go layer by layer to check its object absolute position in the background and make a list (I'm using this for programming purposes).
What I'd like to have, which shouldn't be so difficult, is the coordinates of the trimmed layer in the whole background. Is there a way to obtain this programmatically?
Thanks in advance, Martín