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Thread: One-Button press for action-script in Photoshop?

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    Default One-Button press for action-script in Photoshop?

    Hey everyone! I'm curious if there is a way to wire photoshop to initiate one set of actions by pressing a letter on the keyboard?

    Here's a sample workflow:

    - Open File
    - Edit curves
    - Edit color balance if needed
    - Crop if needed
    - Save copy for large printing

    * Click the actions tab, scroll all the way down to a particular action that:
    - Resizes image
    - Creates a 1pixel white border
    - Creates a text layer with copyright stuff with changed blending options

    And then I save the image itself.

    * Is there someway that I can do away with this step? I feel that scrolling down and stuff seems to slow down my workflow by just that bit, but if I were to edit and save a few hundred pics, that'll save me quite some time.

    So, any idea?

    Cheers~
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    Default Re: One-Button press for action-script in Photoshop?

    select particular action, click on the action window's option button, select the option "Action Options", a new window would pop up... you would then have the option to use one of the "F" keys as a short cut, either alone or in combination with a shift, a control, or shift+control...

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    Default Re: One-Button press for action-script in Photoshop?

    Thank you so much =)
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    Default Re: One-Button press for action-script in Photoshop?

    no prob

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