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brittak
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Posted Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:40AM

I have been using this theasis script for a long time on PS.


Now I found that Sean (sjokey) has a modification of the script and tried to install it.


I downloaded the script from http://seanlockephotography.com/scripts/iStock_Resize.jsx.


Copied the entire text went to PS6 -> Presets -> Script and pasted it in. Restarted PS.


However the new script does not show up. Checked in the program and the script is there but insted of ending .jsx it ends .jsx// Orig.


Checked the typ and the old scrpt is called ExtendedScript Tool but the new one "textutdrag" (I have a Swedish PS version means someting like text extract.


What do I do wrong?
Feverstockphoto
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Posted Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:19PM

Can't help on the above other than in PS does it show under 'actions' palette?

Anyway i use this one for resizing placing in scripts folder - http://www.laflor.dk/?p=266
brittak
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Posted Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:14AM

I am quite please with the script I have but the modification does seem to have some advantages.


When I leave it as it is after just pasting it does not show up under file:scripts ( in the program folder it looks like this: iStock Resize.jsx-// Orig)


If I remove the end and make it: iStock Resize.jsx if shows up under file: scrips but when I click it I get error message : Java script code missing.


 
Sieboldianus
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Posted Fri Mar 1, 2013 3:22AM
This does not fit 100% into this threat, but I add the question anyway: Does anyone have a working Resize script for Photoshop CS6?
brittak
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Posted Fri Mar 1, 2013 2:15PM
My original script does work OK, jusr wanted the modification which just refuses to work.  Sitemailed the original working script to you.
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Posted Tue Mar 5, 2013 3:18AM
Posted By brittak:
I am quite please with the script I have but the modification does seem to have some advantages.

When I leave it as it is after just pasting it does not show up under file:scripts ( in the program folder it looks like this: iStock Resize.jsx-// Orig)

If I remove the end and make it: iStock Resize.jsx if shows up under file: scrips but when I click it I get error message : Java script code missing.


It looks like you've somehow pasted part of the script contents as the filename.
Which probably means the start of the script is missing at least the first few characters.

Rather than copying and pasting, I would download the script and move it to the right location.


(right click and save link/target as... in most browsers) and save it to your photoshop Presets/Scripts folder. On my machine that is C:/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop CS3/Presets/Scripts/ - if it's not something very similar on your machine, from the photoshop help menu select System Info... and look for the Application Folder setting. The Presets/Scripts folder should be inside that folder.


If you're looking at the contents of a .jsx file in your browser, rather than a link to it, try right clicking and "Save As..." to save it as a script file.

Cut-and-paste is always error-prone.

Hope that helps.

(Edited on 2013-03-05 03:21:06 by theasis)
brittak
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Posted Tue Mar 5, 2013 8:12AM

Thank you very much for your advice and for a very useful script.


I finally managed to install the new script, don't know why the copy and paste method did not work this time, that is what I used with your original script that I have been happily using for at least a couple of years. Advantage with the modification is that you don't have to go step by step if you want to downsize several levels.
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