Automating filters with AppleScript in Photoshop CS2

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Sat, 29 October 2005 17:26 Go to next message
dejavue82 (Photoshop begginer)
Dear Applescript/Photoshop users,

The documentation provided by Adobe only mentions a handful of filter
that one can script. The fresco filter for example is not mentioned. Is
there a way to script the filters that are available via the "Filter
Gallery" menu?

Thank you.
Sat, 29 October 2005 22:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
edjh (Photoshop expert)
dejavue82@yahoo.com wrote:
> Dear Applescript/Photoshop users,
>
> The documentation provided by Adobe only mentions a handful of filter
> that one can script. The fresco filter for example is not mentioned. Is
> there a way to script the filters that are available via the "Filter
> Gallery" menu?
>
> Thank you.
>
Don't know. You might ask on macscripter.net. Just a guess, since my AS
is very feeble, but I think you could modify one of the existing ones to
call the filters you want.

Won't an action do?

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Mon, 31 October 2005 16:38 Go to previous message
saswss (Advanced Photoshop user)
In article <1130621172.447760.245160@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com>,
dejavue82@yahoo.com writes:
> The documentation provided by Adobe only mentions a handful of filter
> that one can script. The fresco filter for example is not mentioned. Is
> there a way to script the filters that are available via the "Filter
> Gallery" menu?

On Windows, you would use the Scripting Listener plug-in. I assume
there's one for Applescript but can't say for sure. Search for the
Scripting Listener in Adobe's scripting documentation.


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