Permitting the user to change settings


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Permitting the user to change settings

All right gang, we are still working with the same images. The terrors of Sammy.jpg and The horrors of Max.jpg, both of which have been modified using different Actions. I use this Rotate, Scale & Sharpen Action to modify Sammy. I use this R, S & Supersharpen Action, which is pretty over the top of this point to double Path Sharpen Max. Now notice over here there is this column of empty icon at this point. Although up here for Default Actions, you will see that it is turned on, and it is Red. So we have this little box with dot dot dot in it.

That means that it is going to bring up a Dialog Box. And if you twirl open Default Actions, you will see that some of the Actions bring up Dialog Box and others don't. And if you want to see exactly what steps bring up the Dialog Box, then you go ahead and twirl open the Actions, and you will see that these guys are the ones that do it. All right, now so what in the world is that about? Well, here is the deal. Let's say we want ...

Permitting the user to change settings
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Permitting the user to change settings provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS4 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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