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When writing the action use "Save As" - do not simply use Save. If you use Save then it will always use the same file name used when the action was created. Pretty sure that should hard wire it into your action. My actions all save with the Original file name and I am reasonably certain that is how it is accomplished. Do not try to add the +greyscale as ...


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You can create an action to save the images as you want and then simply use this action in the "batch" command found in the menu "file" then "automate" There you can choose what folder to use for the images you want to process, and also WHERE you want them to be saved. You can also simply select the "extension" as shown in the screenshot below; it will ...


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Not by default (Maybe there is a way with a script). When you create an action for moving an object using the free transform tool, you're moving that object relative to the canvas and not another object. So if you record an action to be left 100px, the action with record that as a percentage. What you could do If you are creating artwork using columns. You ...


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I am having a hard time understanding what you're trying to do. Setting an action for a guide has limitations. When you set a guide it will record how far the guide is from the edge. So if you set it for 100px in a 200px document, then it will be half. If you use the same action in a 300px document, now the guide will be a 1/3rd or 100px away from the ...


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In Photoshop CS6, there is a Script in File Menu. I don't know whether it's included in CC or not. If it's there, then these steps can be followed... Go to File Menu => Scripts => Export Layers to File Select - File Type and Destination Check Mark - Transparency | Interlaced | Trim Layers And RUN


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Well you could reopen the png and apply a trim on it. You can aslo create following in a action: Make a new action, and record RMB on currently active layer, and choose Duplicate Layer... Set the Destination field to new Apply Image → Trim... on new image With transparent pixels setting Save your image Stop recording and make the save step ...



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