On 24/7/09 4:48 AM, "Stan Cleveland" <email@hidden> wrote:
> But relative to Cal Simone's PhotoScripter plug-in (which was
> a godsend in it's day) and Adobe's very early AS implementations, today's
> Photoshop tends to make me to wax poetic.
Perhaps PhotoScripter's biggest contribution was to help convince Adobe of
the demand for scriptability -- the fact that people went through the
licensing machinations involved in actually buying it proved that point.
And when Adobe did their own version, they were able to make changes to the
Action manager that were responsible for many of the worst aspects of
PhotoScripter (all those write-only properties -- sigh).
> I did buy a copy of Scripter (also still on the shelf here), but never quite
> made sense of the interface and gave up on it.
it was quirky, but I still occasionally hanker after its ability to change
the value of a variable and continue debugging after an error.
Shane Stanley <email@hidden>
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