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I use AppleScript to script Photoshop, not JavaScript, but hopefully this solution will still work for you. To get the size of the image that is on the clipboard, create a new Photoshop document — it will be created at the size of what is on the clipboard — and then get the width and height of the new document, and then close the new document without ...


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Honestly this answer depends on your version of Photoshop, but I'm going to assume you're working with the most recent version. Luckily the newest version (CC 2015) has some built-in clipboard interactions, which you can read up on here. If this isn't what you need, then I suggest to keep looking through that document. If nothing turns up it may not be ...


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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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I have a feeling that you could do that with ActionReference, but I've got no idea how. ...however, I wrote this script that should work, but it's also kind of stupid... Both of these are based on the knowledge that if you group a Clipping mask base layer, it groups it and every single layer attached to it. This is the only type of layer that acts this ...


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As I said in the comments use Replace Color. True, you'll need to run it for each layer (although you could do it for every layer automatically, keep reading) but it will be much faster than using the fill tool. Why is that? Well because you can turn replace color into an action. This will require some initial set-up: Go to your layer and replace color. ...


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A work around would help you. Add Color overlay to one of your layer. Then copy the layer style. Select all layer(93 of them). Paste the copied layer style to all of them. This should work out.


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Scripting is definitely the solution for reducing repetitive work. However, if you have not done any scripting before (in any context) and/or you have not scripted Photoshop before, then no, it won’t be “easy.” To get started scripting Photoshop, you will want the Scripting Guide that goes with your version of Photoshop. For example, here is the one for ...



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