Photoshop Scripting Course Update (August 2017)

In October 2016 I’ve announced to be working on a course about Photoshop Scripting. Is it ready for release? According to my original (publicly undisclosed) plans, I would have put it for sale around April 2017. But I haven’t – yet. Why? When? WTF? Please read along. TL;DR It will take some more months – […]

Photoshop Scripting Course Update (August 2017)

In October 2016 I’ve announced to be working on a course about Photoshop Scripting. Is it ready for release? According to my original (publicly undisclosed) plans, I would have put it for sale around April 2017. But I haven’t – yet. Why? When? WTF? Please read along. TL;DR It will take some more months – […]

Third-party Photoshop Panels: Configurator Reloaded

I’m not used to talking about commercial products I’ve not personally developed on my blog, but I’ve decided it might be interesting to cover the work of other developers here, from time to time or when something catches my eye. Today I’d like to tell you about Configurator Reloaded, a Photoshop panel by Thomas Zagler, who revives the idea of Adobe Configurator (the original one).

Third-party Photoshop Panels: Configurator Reloaded

I’m not used to talking about commercial products I’ve not personally developed on my blog, but I’ve decided it might be interesting to cover the work of other developers here, from time to time or when something catches my eye. Today I’d like to tell you about Configurator Reloaded, a Photoshop panel by Thomas Zagler, who revives the idea of Adobe Configurator (the original one).

Third-party Photoshop Panels: Configurator Reloaded

I’m not used to talking about commercial products I’ve not personally developed on my blog, but I’ve decided it might be interesting to cover the work of other developers here, from time to time or when something catches my eye. Today I’d like to tell you about Configurator Reloaded, a Photoshop panel by Thomas Zagler, who revives the idea of Adobe Configurator (the original one).

HTML Panel Tips #24: Fixing ZXP Timestamping errors

Recently, running the ZXPSignCmd command line utility to sign and timestamp HTML Panels has proved to cause errors – also for users of Adobe Configurator 4, which relies on it behind the scenes to export the (Flash) panel as ZXP. Quick fix as follows.