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Create dynamic stamp - set author in stamp JS

Community Beginner ,
Jul 08, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

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Hi
after I add dynamic stamp (below code) I would like to be able set "author" in "comments" via JS (in below code like I put event.value I would like to do the same with author but it's not working or I cannot find method/properties")

  • how to set author using js? (I would like to add new line after event.value)
  • how to find methods / other properties in JS debuger for STAMP? - where they are?

 

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thank you!

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Jul 08, 2021 Jul 08, 2021

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You can't do that. At the moment the script executes the comment doesn't exist yet.

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it seems that comments author take "log-in" so if I would be able put in JS code to change "log-in" to some name then adobe could name my stamps in comments how I want but how to do it...

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You can't do that, either. It's a read-only property.

However, the author name doesn't have to be the log-in name. This is a setting you can turn on or off via Preferences - Commenting. If you turn it off then you can apply a different author name as the default, but none of that can be scripted.

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