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No problem we can script this in a minute (10 to be exact, I'm a bit rusty). Put this script in a .jsx  file and run it using extend script toolkit: #target photoshop main(); function main() { var layers = app.activeDocument.layers; var file = File.saveDialog('save layer info', 'layerinfo:*.txt'); file.open('w'); ...


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There is no way you will get that transformation done with that kind of quality. It would be the ultimate goal for NPR graphics, image segmentation, artificial intelligence, reverse engineering and computer vision researchers. An algorithm like this could give you millions just by selling the product to health care professionals or manufacturing plants. If i ...


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Check the following links I hope it will give you a jump start Introduction To Photoshop Scripting 10 Photoshop Scripting Tutorials Also you can check adobe official Scripting Guid. (Just Google "Photoshop Developer Center scripting" and it should be from the top results if not the first :) )


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Here is a Photoshop Extension for using Font-Awesome as shapes in your designs http://creativedo.co/FontAwesomePS


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Step 1: Extract all individual pages Step 2: Set up an Action to do your above process + saving Step 3: Create a Droplet to run that action on each page Step 4: Combine all files back into a single PDF Step 5: Print


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What I do is add 3 big folders to my work. Header, Body and Footer cause for a web designer these are very easy to distinguish. Place all my static layers in the Header, in the Footer I usually have stuff like copyright and lower menu and I always work in my Body, every other thing is there, therefore I do not need to open any other folder and doing so ...


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Lots of ways of doing this but this is the quickest I've found Right-click on a layer or layer group and select Export As... Change the scale to 50% and set format options Hit Export All... There's a specific function for exporting assets at different pixel densities in the top left of this dialog, but it looks like it's designed for people editing @1x ...


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Other than paying for a plugin, and since you've already created each separate layer in each separate screen with no 'connection' to a smart object or each other, it's not currently possible. My suggestion, since you would have to go through each screen separately now anyways, would be to: Add a smart object layer filled with color and mask it to the ...


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Use the timeline to create the animation. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/creating-timeline-animations.html For the sake of simplicity let's say you want to have an animation with 10 frames, moving your layer 10 pixels to the right between images (so your layer will travel 100 pixels in total). Open the timeline (Window > Timeline) and click ...


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This script did the trick! Just follow the readme and everything will work :) https://photoshopscripts.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/split-to-layers/


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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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Another method to do this is to create "Layer Comps" and from scripts export each Layer Comp as a file. I'm sorry, I'm new here, so I do not know how to put in advanced formatting and images, so my answer may seem pretty empty.


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This is pretty easy with CS1-3 or CS6+: Install and run Trevor Morris' Layers to Comps script. Run the built-in "Layer Comps to PDF..." script. That's it. If you're running CS4 or 5, the "Layer Comps to PDF..." script is not available. In that case, Eric's answer is probably the best you can do.


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It is possible to do. Just not necessarily worth it for 10 things which you can manually split off in a minute or so. The question is generically valid tough. You might after all have 10,000 questions, images etc, that need to be split up. The biggest question for the computer is how does it know what the things are. What is the recurring trend that says ...


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Have you tried for a workaround using Photoshop Actions. Don't forget to keep the backup of your PSD. Turn off all the layers and give your canvas a little bigger size before creating the action. 1 - Create an Action 2 - Make visible one layer 3 - Trim the transparent pixels 5 - Save as Jpeg 6 - Delete the layer 7 - Give the canvas size some bigger ...


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Put a layer at the top, lock it, and then work in groups. This way when you create a new layer it will appear in the group of the element or page you're working on.


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The reasoning behind this is that the background layer is a special layer that must be the size of the canvas (i.e. the pixel dimensions). Other layers can have pixel extents that are larger than the defined canvas size. I believe that Adobe calls this "big data." Since you are opting to not delete pixels when cropping, then the background layer needs to ...


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First off an SVG is a scalable vector graphic. If you have a Photoshop layer that uses vector shapes you can use: File > Export > "Paths to Illustrator" this will save your vector paths as an .AI - THEN, you can export from Illustrator to an svg. Ideally in the future if you're going to create vector graphics you should start in Illustrator.


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There's no way to do that. But you just have to use guides, they are always on top of the design. To manage the guides you can download Guideguide


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Answering my own question - I found a script that resizes objects to fit the artboard size. It copies them and moves them to 0,0 coordinates by the way. Here's the script: Adobe Illustrator script to resize objects proportionally to fit inside the artboard.


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From the docs: Adobe provides the ScriptUI component, which works with the ExtendScript JavaScript interpreter to provide JavaScript scripts with the ability to create and interact with user interface elements. See: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/photoshop/scripting.html for further info



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