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Have you tried these scripts which inluded in CS3? File > Automate > Picture Package File > Automate > Web Photo Gallery File > Automate > Photo Merge These are some usefull tools to do thing like that you wanted.


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None of these suggestions work or worked for me - I need something simple and bulletproof, and the final suggestion ("Checking this option: "Create Acrobat Layers from Top-Level Layers" worked for me. I also chose the Acrobat version 8") DIDN'T work, and still exported all the layers for me. I found the solution in that dialog box setting the eps file save ...


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You can use smart object feature in photohsop, read more at: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/create-smart-objects.html or you can change one of theme's style and right click on there, "copy layer style" and select the the layers that you want to apply, then press "paste layer style".


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Change the values and create a new layer preset. Choose all the shape layers and right click one of them and select "Clear layer style". While all of your layers selected, click your preset and you will be done. Photoshop can't update layer styles automatically.


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it's very easy to do first go to file - export - then choose psd file then will popup will appear color mode choose as you want then the resolution and option write layers then ok ... you will find the psd file with layers edited able


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This is a pretty late answer, but as it's still unanswered, I'll put it. You can use the script talked about here to import all the variables with ease from a spreadsheet. But to put each item in a new layer, you will need to use your Actions. You said that Illustrator does not allow you to select the new layer via actions, which is true- so you have to ...


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You can use paragraph and character styles in Photoshop and apply these to text. Then modify the style and the text with that style will all update.


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Try pressing SHIFT while clicking to create the new text layer. If you are having trouble editing an existing text layer double click the [T] icon in the layers panel beside the corresponding layer to edit that text in particular. Here is a quick demonstration : https://youtu.be/8pM4yUgcZkE


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I have recently started using the InDesign Page Exporter Utility Script and i can confirm this does what you need. It gives you the option to export each layer as a separate PDF via a simple interface.


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copy all group from illustrator with ctrl + c, go to photoshop press ctrl +v , than select smart object.


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An ActionScript snippet that will do what you want on the sublayers of your currently selected group layer. Simply iterates over each layer in the group, and replaces text in the sublayer's name. I ran my script in the ExtendScript Toolkit. for (var i = 0 ; i < app.activeDocument.activeLayer.layers.length ; i++) { var ...


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File → Export... → Photoshop (psd) Check 'Write Layers'


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Save the document as a copy as is with layers so as to not lose your work. Create a new PSD Document or open the document you wish to place your logo into, then go to file> Place and choose the location that you have saved your logo file, it should now be linked as a smart object and double clicking on it in the layers panel will bring up the original with ...



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