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If you are under the age of 13, we ask for you not to send in any information about yourself to any member of our team. We then save out that design, delete the layer we just saved and duplicate our actions for the next layer in this case would be "Seamless Vector Gold Fish". Is there a way to create a custom script to automatically perform these repetitive actions?
I am obviously doing the same thing over and over again. I would appreciate any help! We usually set up batches of and save them out manually and it is brutal. Please contact me if you have any suggestions. You should try this script that user Johannes graciously shared: It's basically an improved version of the built-in PS "Export Layers to Files" script that allows among other things for saving the layers by their layer name.
This will export all layers in your file as they are positioned keeping their name. After that, I would open one of the layer images up and create an action for placing the top image your "Group 1" over the current image, saving and closing. Then use the batch tool to apply that action to all your saved layer images. Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Have you ever found a solution to this? This is a very important question. MJoraid I don't know if you ever noticed the link I posted above your comment. I didn't really explain what it was and I see now that it would've been better if I had added "Possible duplicate: In there I've given a proper answer to what is basically an identical question.
Joonas I actually have been using that script since the day I posted the comment same popup window, but I can't really remember if I copied it from that answer or found a similar answer without bugs.
So most likely I clicked your link, found the solution and forgot to come back here. I had single product design with around 35 names, so I used one script to import all names from TXT into each individual layer, and then used the proposed solution in your link to save each layer as its own JPEG.
I just had to modify the naming variable to include my own format.
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