Adobe Photoshop Scripting Support

Adobe Photoshop Scripting Support 2.11

Free
The ScriptingSupport installer has been updated to work with Adobe Photoshop 7.0

Version 1.0.2a fixes the following issues:
- The ScriptingSupport installer has been updated to work with Adobe Photoshop 7.0.1.
- The ScriptingSupport plug-in has been updated to work on Windows 98.
- When an error occurs while executing JavaScript, the entire error message is now returned to the user.
- If a JavaScript or Visual Basic script held references to layers or channels in multiple open documents, these references could get corrupted.
- If you tried to install the ScriptingSupport plug-in on a Windows system that did not have Photoshop 7.0 installed, the installer would display an error message stating that insufficient disk space was available.
- In some cases, a script created by the ScriptingListener would fail to execute.
- Resizing documents did not work if resampling was set to none.
- Resizing documents did not work if the height or width of the new document was specified using pixels and if the resize command also specified a new document resolution.
- The "AddTimeStamp.js" JavaScript that is installed in the Scripts folder used the wrong property to set the location of the text.
- Adjusting a layer using the mix channels adjustment type would fail if an integer value was used in the output channels list.

Info updated on: