Mike Rankin


The Adobe Exchange panel is a great resource for finding and installing free goodies to enhance apps like Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. In the past, I’ve written about using Adobe Exchange to get cool stuff like Russell Brown’s Adobe Paper Textures for Photoshop, the Photoshop New Features panel, and a Photoshop Color FX panel. Now, you can also grab a new Photoshop extension called Layrs Control, that collects several handy scripts for tidying up your files in one convenient spot.

The panel is free download from Adobe Exchange, or you can get it directly from the developer's site, Photoshoplr, for the cost of a tweet. While you're there, check out the many other cool Photoshop extensions. Some are free, others you have to pay for. All of them are worth a look if you spend your days slinging pixels.

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