Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating an internal data set, part of Design the Web: Automating Web Graphics.
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…Now that we have variables defined inside of our Photoshop file.…Next, we need to create a data set, which is…basically a series of values that associate to those variables.…So to do that, let's come down to the Image menu.…Let's come down to Variables and choose Data Sets.…Now, inside of this dialog box, we can come in here and create sets of data.…You might also notice the drop down in the upper lefthand corner.…The definition of the variables and the data sets are actually in the same dialog…box here.…So, down on Data Sets, let's come down here…and create a data set inside of our Photoshop file.…
So let's come over here and click on this icon here.…This will create a data set.…And the default data is going to be based on…whatever we have inside of our Photoshop file currently.…So notice that the city variable has a value of city,…which matches the city text we have in our Layers panel.…Let's first come up here and rename this data set to Aruba.…Let's copy that.…Let's come down here for the variables plus city let's put Aruba in here as well.…
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