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opening a document in photoshop in plugin

Participant ,
Aug 31, 2023 Aug 31, 2023

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hi all,
what are the ways in which you can open a file in photoshop apart from script
i want to automate few files in photoshop from plugin so looping a folder with the psd or tif files opening them perform some action and close how do i achieve this in photoshop plugin.

thank you

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Aug 31, 2023 Aug 31, 2023

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Hi,

Which plug-in you're using? If the plug-in you're using under the "Filter" menu and the thing that you try to do is same; you can easily find last applied filter at the top of the "Filter" menu.

Here's my suggestion;

-First open an image and apply your filter with preferred settings. Then you can close file without saving. We did this because we will apply it with a shortcut or "Apply Last Filter" opinion.

-Create an action and do your thing from beginning (exclude opening file)

-Go to Filter and you will see the last plug-in you applied. Choose it.

-Close file then stop recording of action.

 

-Go to File>Automate>Batch

-Choose Action that you just created.

-Source should stay as "Folder" and choose the folder that you're planning to apply plug-in

-Change "Destination" from "None" to "Save and Close" - don't forget to choose foler you're planning to save.

-Click "OK" and let the batch do your thing.

 

Hope this helps.

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