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You can try right clicking the Bitmap > Properties and change the Compression to Lossy/Lossless and try enabling/disabling the Allow smoothing.


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This is hard to find reference for in the adobe docs, at least in the short time I scanned them. However, it appears the basic idea is: var dlg = new Window("dialog{text:'yadayada'}"); dlg.show(); A more in depth example can be found on stackoverflow Further reading, google: "illustrator dialog jsx"


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File > Publish settings... > JPEG IMAGE ( Quality to 100 ) Then select Publish I hope this will help you out.


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Here, I slightly modified this script by Mike Hale. This script will ask for a folder and then will process all subfolders with images. Things to change: Make sure path to your Photoshop Scripts folder is correct (line 2); This script is scanning for .png files, modify the extension in line 24 (folders[i].getFiles('*.png');); PSDs will be saved to each ...


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Lucky for you Photoshop comes with a built in script to do just this! We'll be using the IMAGE PROCESSOR script. Navigate to File -> Scripts -> Image Processor Choose your output folder Enter your dimensions Run the script Double check the size of the images. OPTIONAL Apply any other custom actions to the processing of the images.


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You can just change your quick export preferences. Change Quick Export preferences By default, Quick Export generates assets as PNG with transparency and prompts you every time to select an export location. You can change these settings by selecting either Preferences > Export or File > Export > Export Preferences and then specifying the ...


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You can tell PS how to rename the files it creates, when running a batch action, through the file renaming options. File > Automate > Batch Select your action, destination, file naming, and any other options you want in the above menu. For instance, see how I set up my file naming below:


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No that's not at all what ActionScript (AS) is. AS is used inside Flash (.fla) files to do programmatic elements such as buttons, jump frames, create movie clip instances and all sorts of other complex tasks. You would have to code it into your animation for it to exist and would appear as a keyframe with a lowercase "a" on it.


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