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How to keep track of my Actions


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  • How to keep track of my Actions

    Does anyone know a simple way to print a list of all the actions I have loaded into CS2. I would like to have a hardcopy list that I can add comments to. I seem to keep forgetting about actions that would have been appropriate - if I had remembered that I had them!

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    Re: How to keep track of my Actions

    Suggest you look into a nifty, low cost ($20) add-on utility called ActionDex, a complete action organizer. Among the bazillion features is the ability to add comments/notes (as you indicated) and define folders within folders for more robust organization needs. (Photoshop only allows one level of organization within Action Sets.)



    • #3
      Re: How to keep track of my Actions

      Thanks Danny! I'll have to look into that.