Dr. Brown's Image Processor Pro broken in Photoshop 23.3.2

Explorer ,
May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022

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The venerable Dr. Brown's Image Processor Pro seems to be broken with version 23.3.2. Confirmed by reverting to version 23.3.1.

 

I have been using this utility since it's inception and it is a lot more efficient than the built in version, Image Processor. It has much more cutomization possible.

 

When run on version 23.3.2 it fails with a dialog "The folder appears to be empty".

 

I understand that Adobe does not support this script anymore but it is a shame to lose it.

 

Russell, we miss your scripts!

 

Mac OS Big Sur, MacPro Trashcan

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Adobe Employee , May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
Hmm. Seems to be working here. Did you install all the files in the right place?  https://sourceforge.net/projects/ps-scripts/files/Image%20Processor%20Pro/v3_2%20betas/ There's 3 files that go into the Scripts Folder and 1 file that goes into the Startup Scripts folder.  Macintosh Users: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Step 1 – Locate the files named Image Processor Pro.jsx, Image Processor Pro.xml, and a folder named icons in the downlo...

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Hmm. Seems to be working here. Did you install all the files in the right place? 

 

https://sourceforge.net/projects/ps-scripts/files/Image%20Processor%20Pro/v3_2%20betas/

 

There's 3 files that go into the Scripts Folder and 1 file that goes into the Startup Scripts folder. 

 

Macintosh Users:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 1 – Locate the files named Image Processor Pro.jsx, Image Processor

Pro.xml, and a folder named icons in the downloaded folder.

a. Image Processor Pro.jsx

b. Image Processor Pro.xml

c. icons

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 2 –Place these three items from Step 1 into the Scripts folder. Open your

Macintosh hard disk window (originally named Macintosh HD which is the Root System) and

find the Library Folder. Place the 3 items as follows.

Applications / Adobe Photoshop {Version} / Presets / Scripts

Remember; only move these three files to this location.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 3 – Locate the file named photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx from the downloaded

folder.

a. photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 4 – Place this one item into the Adobe Photoshop startup folder at the following location

on your computer:

(Macintosh HD) Root System / Library / Application Support / Adobe / Startup Scripts

{Version} / Adobe Photoshop

Remember; only move this one file to this location.


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I was missing the file in Step 3. Good catch, Jeffrey.

 

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