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insérer le [filename] d'une photo importer dans zone texte

Explorer ,
Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Bonjour la commu ! 

 

Je suis en train de réfléchir à créer un outil avec photoshop pour mes prestations photo studio. 

L'idée est de créer un droplet afin d'insérer les photo réalisées à la prise de vue, dans un template style "photobooth" et c'est là où ça se complique pour moi : Il faut que je puisse importer automatiquement le nom de la photo (nom du fichier donc) dans une zone texte et au bon endroit (qui reste statique à toutes les photos). 

Y a t'il un moyen de faire cela où je fabule totalement ^^ 

 

Je vous ai mis une image de test pour vous montrer en gros ce dont j'ai besoin. Il faudrait remplacer les XXXXXX par le nom de la photo que je met dans le droplet. 

 

Merci d'avance pour vos retours ! 

a plouch 

 

Vladada

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Community Expert , Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024
// 2024, use it at your own risk;
if (app.documents.length > 0) {
var doc = app.activeDocument;
try {
doc.layers[0].textItem.contents = doc.layers[doc.layers.length-1].name
} catch (e) {};
};

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Community Expert , Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024

Hi @c.pfaffenbichler 

I suspect that Vladada wants a slightly different result (only part of the text to be replaced), so I have changed your code slightly.

 

 

// as c.pfaffenbichler always said: 
// 2024, use it at your own risk;
if (app.documents.length > 0) {
var doc = app.activeDocument;

var _Search = /XXXXXXXX/g;
var _Replace = doc.layers[doc.layers.length-1].name;

try {
    doc.layers[0].textItem.contents = doc.layers[0].textItem.contents.replace (_Search, _Replace);
    } catch (e) {};
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Explorer , Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

it's ok, I created a script with a shortcut and it's fast enougth.

 

So guys thanks a lot !

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Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Could you please post screenshots the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Layers, Options Bar, …) visible? 

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Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Yes I Can but I hyded some things cause it's not pertinent, I'll do what I need to do so I can modified all my settings

Vladada_0-1717677918765.png

 

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Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Is the Type Layer always the topmost Layer? 

Is the Layer the name of which should be represented in the Type Layer always the lowermost Layer? 

 

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Yes it's always like that 🙂 

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// 2024, use it at your own risk;
if (app.documents.length > 0) {
var doc = app.activeDocument;
try {
doc.layers[0].textItem.contents = doc.layers[doc.layers.length-1].name
} catch (e) {};
};

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Hi @c.pfaffenbichler 

I suspect that Vladada wants a slightly different result (only part of the text to be replaced), so I have changed your code slightly.

 

 

// as c.pfaffenbichler always said: 
// 2024, use it at your own risk;
if (app.documents.length > 0) {
var doc = app.activeDocument;

var _Search = /XXXXXXXX/g;
var _Replace = doc.layers[doc.layers.length-1].name;

try {
    doc.layers[0].textItem.contents = doc.layers[0].textItem.contents.replace (_Search, _Replace);
    } catch (e) {};
};

 

 

@Vladada 

Assuming that you agree, I have used your image, the same text and the same layer structure for testing.

 

before

pixxxelschubser_0-1717952885964.png

 

after

pixxxelschubser_1-1717952947578.png

 

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Ah, I hadn’t reread the original post after the last one by the op and misremembered the original point. 

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Jun 10, 2024 Jun 10, 2024

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Hi there ! 

 

Thanks a lot you right! It's exactly what I need. I test this immediatly ! You rock guys 

 

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Jun 10, 2024 Jun 10, 2024

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Problem, nothing's happens =/ 

I created a new project with the same things (folder, picture and layer) but the [filename] is not here

 

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Could you please post screenshots with the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Layers, Options Bar, …) visible or provide the file itself? 

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Does it work with the old project?
What has changed in the new project?
The script has no error management. Therefore, any deviation can cause the script to be cancelled.


A screenshot with visible open layer panel and visible title bar or a sample file.PSD would be helpful to check.

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Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

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Hi guys, 

Sorry for my late, but I tryed your script just with a new projet, with nothing inside and it doesn't work =/ 

 

I found that on internet : 

 

 

// Insert FileName - Adobe Photoshop Script
// Description: creates text layer with current FileName as text. Option includes
// 1. include path to the current file
// 2. include file extension
// 3. size of font in pixel
// Requirements: Adobe Photoshop CS3, or higher
// Version: 0.0.1 - 06/Apr/2015
// Author: Anil Tejwani (anil@tejwani.com)
// Website: http://tejwani.com/
// ============================================================================
// Installation:
// 1. Place script in:
// PC(32): C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS#\Presets\Scripts\
// PC(64): C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS# (64 Bit)\Presets\Scripts\
// 2. Restart Photoshop
// 3. Choose File > Scripts > TS Insert FileName
// ============================================================================

// enable double-clicking from Mac Finder or Windows Explorer
#target photoshop

// bring application forward for double-click events
app.bringToFront();

if ( documents.length > 0 ){prefs = setPreferences(); main()}else{alert("ERROR!!!!!\nSeems we dont have any file open. \nNothing to do. 🙂 \nOpen a file and try again.")}

function setPreferences(){
var prefs = new Object();
/* EDIT STARTS HERE */
prefs.textFromBottom = 20;
prefs.startOffsetFromLeft = 20;
prefs.fontSize = '25px';
/* EDIT ENDS HERE */
prefs.incPath = true;prefs.incExt = true; prefs.originalDialogMode = app.displayDialogs;prefs.originalRulerUnits = preferences.rulerUnits; app.displayDialogs = DialogModes.ERROR; preferences.rulerUnits = Units.PIXELS;
return prefs;
}

function process(){var origDoc = activeDocument;var fullName = origDoc.name; if(!prefs.incExt){fullName = fullName.replace(/(?:\.[^.]*$|$)/, ''); }if(prefs.incPath){fullName = origDoc.path.toString() + " :: " + fullName;}var myLayerRef = origDoc.artLayers.add();myLayerRef.kind = LayerKind.TEXT;myLayerRef.name = fullName;var myTextRef = myLayerRef.textItem;myTextRef.position = new Array( prefs.startOffsetFromLeft, origDoc.height - prefs.textFromBottom );myTextRef.size = prefs.fontSize; myTextRef.contents = myLayerRef.name;}
function main(){try{setOptions();process();}catch( e ){/* An error occurred. Restore ruler units, then propagate the error back to the user */preferences.rulerUnits = prefs.originalRulerUnits;app.displayDialogs = prefs.originalDialogMode;throw e;}}
function setOptions(){
#target estoolkit
var win, windowResource;windowResource = "dialog { orientation: 'column', alignChildren: ['fill', 'top'], preferredSize:[350, 180], text: 'Photoshop Script - Insert FileName (TextLayer)', margins:10, settingPanel: Group { orientation: 'column',fontSize: Group { st4: StaticText { text: 'Select Font Size:' }, sl: Slider { minvalue: 10, maxvalue: 50, value: 25, size:[200,20] }, quality: StaticText { text: '25px', characters: 4} },incPath: Checkbox { text:'Include Path', value: true }, incExt: Checkbox { text:'Include Extension', value: true}, applyButton: Button { text: 'Insert»', properties:{name:'ok'},size:[350,30] , weight:bold }, dummy:StaticText { text: '' },alignChildren: 'left',} creditGroup: Group { orientation: 'row', alignChildren: 'right', linkText:StaticText { text: 'Visit us: www.tejwani.com/photoshop-scripting/' }, } }"
win = new Window(windowResource); /* listen and update text box */ win.settingPanel.fontSize.sl.onChange = function() {win.settingPanel.fontSize.quality.text = Math.round(this.value) + 'px';}
/* apply button */win.settingPanel.applyButton.onClick = function() {prefs.fontSize = win.settingPanel.fontSize.quality.text;prefs.incPath = win.settingPanel.incPath.value;prefs.incExt = win.settingPanel.incExt.value; return win.close();};
win.creditGroup.linkText.onClick = function() {File(app.path.toString() + "/Presets/Scripts/TS-insert-filename.html").execute();};win.show();
}

 

 

 

It's work !!!

So thanks a lot to you and see you 😄 

 

 

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Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

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@Vladada 

Extremely interesting.
Because this script does something completely different to what you described at the beginning.

 

But it's great that it works for you.

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yes, I don't understand scripts generaly but it works ! 

So when I solve a problem, an other come... 

 

The problem is that the filename is the name of my .PSD and I would to create a layer with the filename of the picture that I put in my . PSD

I send you the psd and the screenshots to be more clear 😃

 

Thanks

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The script you have found cannot do this without being changed. Please contact the creator for this.

 

And why do you want to insert the name of the file with a script and then replace the name with another one? (I'd rather not question the deeper meaning).

 

Two things were changed by you, and that's why my script doesn't work for it. But the script from @c.pfaffenbichler  works with your example.PSD

 

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The two ones doesn't work it's sad but I don't know why. Nothings happens. 

 

For repky to your question, I'm photographer and I would to create a tool for my work in studio. I need to shoot people and print the picture just after, so I would to send the good picture at the good people by email and I need the good filename. 

 

I find the way to print with droplet, I found the way to shoot and replace the picture but I don't know how can I do for the "good filename". 

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Please use the example file you last uploaded here: popauparc1.psd

Open this image in Photoshop only and then try the code snippet written here in this thread by @c.pfaffenbichler to get the wished result.

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Please use the example file you last uploaded here: popauparc1.psd

Open this image in Photoshop only and then try the code snippet written here in this thread by @c.pfaffenbichler to get the wished result.


By @pixxxelschubser

 

YESSSSSS It works ! 😄 thanks a lot. 

I just have to update all text layers, maybe there is something to automated this ?

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it's ok, I created a script with a shortcut and it's fast enougth.

 

So guys thanks a lot !

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