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Old 07-18-2010, 02:56 AM
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and continu of up:
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Old 07-18-2010, 03:00 AM
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ok. its end. i hope the images can help me to mean my idea for u...
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Old 07-18-2010, 12:00 PM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

maybe a simple solution would be to save all your work you want to change file names into a new folder called "Change These Names"... use Irfanview (free) (download the free plug-ins also) to batch change names or choose all the ones that have "Copy" added and batch change them.... very easy.... I did not see Farsi or Persian as a language they support but I think your knowledge of English should be OK
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Old 07-18-2010, 03:22 PM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

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Originally Posted by ajidehak View Post
i'm still here,i waiting for your help!!
Sorry, I haven't read all that you and MisterMonday have discussed. But I did get a reply from my friend regarding CS2 and newer scripts. He says
"Sorry man, missed this email. I think it might be hit or miss on a newer script working on CS2"

This is the javascript. it is very, very simple. Maybe you can just compile it in Windows using ExtendScript Toolkit. Its been coming with Adobe CS since 2005. That might help.
Code:
var doc = app.activeDocument
var fname = doc.name.split(".")
var fname = fname[0]
var newDoc = doc.duplicate(fname)
So unfortunately now I have nothing more to add - I can see you have a very specific need and automating it is important... Best of luck.

--Shift Studio.

Last edited by shift studio; 07-18-2010 at 03:25 PM. Reason: clarity
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Old 07-18-2010, 09:54 PM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

i use this script for compile in est and it eror on line 2:"undefined is not an object"
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Old 07-18-2010, 10:00 PM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

Ajidehak, thanks for the more detailed explanation. I hope I understand this time. Here is the my recommendation.
Record a simple Action with just 2 commands:
Step 1: "Save As" (save any file anywhere with any name - just choose the file type and quality)
Step 2: Stop
I created such an action and called it Ajidehak

Now I have two folders each with a group of images - see the screen shot 1 and screenshot 2.
I open all of the images in Folder 1. Then I go File>Automate>Batch. For the 1st parameter I chose 1 digit; the 2nd Parameter is "+Heritage1"; and the 3rd parameter is the file extension. See Screenshot3.
Now I click OK and all of the images are closed and renamed -see attachment 5.
Now I open all of the images in the 2nd Folder
Once again I go File>Automate>Batch. But this time I change the 2nd parameter to "+Heritage2" and at the bottom of the window I ask to start at 6 (not 1). See Screenshot 4.
Now all of these files are renamed 6+Heritage2 through 10+Heritage2 and stored in the same output folder. See Screenshot 5
With this solution you will need to do File>Automate>Batch every time you change the group name (apple, orange, date..). It may not be the perfect solution but it should save you lots of time. I hope this helps.
Regards, Murray
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Old 07-19-2010, 06:08 AM
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no
eh eh eh heem he eh eh(u cause i cry)
tanks a lot for this writing but apparently u not accuracy on my screenshot
please, if you do not upset, a little increase desire on my screenshot, its see clerly my problem.(of course u kind of me)
in step 1: i open an image on ps and cuting around of bottom flag
and in step 2: i use my action(including duplicate) on it,and it see on step 2 with same name of orginal image(of course number 1 it this not see)
in step 3: u see on window made image of orginal image and all with same name(i emphasize: with same name)and the ond of cuting make
in step 4: u see this:
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Old 07-19-2010, 06:16 AM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

in step 5: i open senond of org file with "IRAN-historical2" and do same work of step1 to step4 on it and u see all cuting image on step 7
in step 8: i use batch naming on ((all images that open on ps))
and all with true naming create and result of this on "step 9"

please see all
tanks for writing to me
please ^^^
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Old 07-19-2010, 06:18 AM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

mr.olbady tanks for this but i still not exam this(Irfanview)
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Old 07-19-2010, 11:27 AM
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Re: duplicate image without copy name is on the pr

Ajidehak, thanks for clarifying. The solution I suggested is not the perfect solution but can still work if:
You select, then cut, then Ctrl+N (New Image) with the default name Untitled1, Untitled2,...UntitledN. Then you change the name and add the # when you are closing the files. Yes, it is more work because you need to run File>Automate>Batch each time you want to change names (Apple, Orange,..) and you need to keep track of the start #. Yes, I can see that this may not be an acceptable solution for you.

So let's return to the original question you asked when you started this thread: Can you duplicate without "Copy". So far I have not been able to find a way with Image>Duplicate. BUT, if you go File>New and you erase the name "Untitled" and replace it with the name of the image you want to duplicate, it does work. There is also a Preset pull down menu and if you select the image you want to duplicate, it will make the duplicate image the same dimensions and resolution as the image you want to duplicate.
There may be a way that you can use File>New in your Action.

There is probably a way to accomplish what you want with a script, but my memory of the scripting commands has faded, so perhaps ShiftStudio or another script writer can perhaps be of assistance to you.

If you are not successful in finding a solution here at RP, my final suggestion for you is still to try the Adobe Photoshop User Forum whose link I posted above.

Regards, Murray
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