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    SCROLL OVER webpage script.

    I made this script a long while back and finally made a document for use. The script takes a pair of images and allows the user to make a scroll-over web page to view a file comparison. I find it useful in that you can email the web page and images to someone else to review. It can be included in your website as well.

    It is absolutely FREE!

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/fkmv0vbvmv...RATOR.zip?dl=0

    Comments please.

    Attached image.

    RONC
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    Last edited by Ron Chambers; 02-11-2018, 07:24 PM.

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    Re: PS script might be of use

    PARAMETER TESTING script:

    This is another script you can have which will run a plugin a user defined number of times with parameters specified by the user. The script gives you an image for each test that the user can peruse in decide what parameter to use.
    Sharpening is an example that can be tested to decide the optimal values to use. Document for how to use included.

    Please holler if you have comments.

    This is FREE.

    RONC
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    • #3
      Re: PS script might be of use

      Originally posted by Ron Chambers View Post
      SCROLL OVER webpage script.

      I made this script a long while back and finally made a document for use. The script takes a pair of images and allows the user to make a scroll-over web page to view a file comparison. I find it useful in that you can email the web page and images to someone else to review. It can be included in your website as well.

      It is absolutely FREE!

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/fkmv0vbvmv...RATOR.zip?dl=0

      Comments please.

      RONC
      Sounds interesting. Can you show us this in action? Post a link or something.
      Thanks, Shift Studio.

      p.s. I commissioned an Adobe Flash developer to create something that sounds like this for client review of before/after images about 10 years ago. I still use it, but these days, many clients are not into keeping Flash up to date, and/or giving permission to their browser to use the Flash plugin to view my review site...
      Last edited by shift studio; 02-01-2018, 05:51 PM.

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      • #4
        Re: PS script might be of use

        If you download and look at the pdf documentation you will see an example. No virus and really small. Even have space to document what the user is viewing. Used it litigation but lawyer asked for a fax! 🙃

        RONC

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        • #5
          Re: PS script might be of use

          RGB_Channels2Layers-Layers2RGB_Channels scripts:

          Layers2RGB_Channels will take a file with the three RGB channels and make a file with three layers named RED, GREEN, and BLUE.

          RGB_Channels2Layers will take a file with three layers and allows the user to select which of the layers will inserted into a file layer named RGB. Naturally the major use of this would be to restore separated RGB channels back into an RGB layer which can be saved as an RGB file.

          Files attached and are absolutely FREE!

          Comments please.

          RONC
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          Last edited by Ron Chambers; 02-10-2018, 07:10 AM.

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          • #6
            Re: PS script might be of use

            PadImage script:

            Script extends the height and width of an image using spectrally consistent padding for use in reducing some of the edge effects in the use of algorithms like Ft.8bf Fourier transform or large smoothing filters.

            Comments please.

            RONC
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            • #7
              Re: PS script might be of use

              I tried putting the script where you describe (using Mac OS instructions), restarted PS and the script is nowhere to be found.

              I moved it to Applications/Adobe Photoshop CC 2018/Presets/Scripts.
              This made the script available in File/Scripts within PS.

              However, running the script produces this error (see attached)

              not sure what it means though, I haven't looked at the code at all.

              maybe you know whats going on RonC?

              --shift studio.
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              • #8
                Re: PS script might be of use

                Originally posted by shift studio View Post
                I tried putting the script where you describe (using Mac OS instructions), restarted PS and the script is nowhere to be found.

                I moved it to Applications/Adobe Photoshop CC 2018/Presets/Scripts.
                This made the script available in File/Scripts within PS.

                However, running the script produces this error (see attached)

                not sure what it means though, I haven't looked at the code at all.

                maybe you know whats going on RonC?

                --shift studio.
                Looking at my notes, it was tested only once on older Mac and PS so I'll update the pdf. The error occurs on Windows when the file is locked. Try making the file a layer then run it again please. This is an error that Adobe knows about but don't support scripts much on PS anymore.
                Let me know please.
                RONC

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                • #9
                  Re: PS script might be of use

                  Hi Ron,

                  So when I make a layer first, the script finishes without error.
                  However, I don't think the result is what you intended?

                  The image is about 1/40 of the original dimensions with a solid padding around it.
                  Is that what I'm supposed to see?

                  Thanks, Shift Studio.

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                  • #10
                    Re: PS script might be of use

                    Originally posted by shift studio View Post
                    Hi Ron,

                    So when I make a layer first, the script finishes without error.
                    However, I don't think the result is what you intended?

                    The image is about 1/40 of the original dimensions with a solid padding around it.
                    Is that what I'm supposed to see?

                    Thanks, Shift Studio.
                    Did you also download PadImage script? That is what that sounds like. PadImage is for extending an image for large filters and edge effects.
                    Image Comparator generates a html page showing two images for scrolling.

                    RONC

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                    • #11
                      Re: PS script might be of use

                      Originally posted by shift studio View Post
                      Hi Ron,

                      So when I make a layer first, the script finishes without error.
                      However, I don't think the result is what you intended?

                      The image is about 1/40 of the original dimensions with a solid padding around it.
                      Is that what I'm supposed to see?

                      Thanks, Shift Studio.
                      There is more than one script listed in this thread. You picked the latest which is PadImage. I should have used one thread per script. Please back up the page for Image Comparator.

                      Has a PDF for use included in ZIP file.

                      RONC

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                      • #12
                        Re: PS script might be of use

                        @Ronc.
                        Sorry I was referring to the 'PadImage' script.
                        I was thinking it was going to do something different - I was thinking it was going to do something like the Flaming Pear 'Solidify' (a free plugin - http://flamingpear.com/freebies.html).

                        So I re-read your description and see that I misinterpreted.

                        --shift studio.

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                        • #13
                          Re: PS script might be of use

                          Originally posted by shift studio View Post
                          @Ronc.
                          Sorry I was referring to the 'PadImage' script.
                          I was thinking it was going to do something different - I was thinking it was going to do something like the Flaming Pear 'Solidify' (a free plugin - http://flamingpear.com/freebies.html).

                          So I re-read your description and see that I misinterpreted.

                          --shift studio.
                          Did you do your test of Image COMPARATOR? Is that what you wanted?

                          I stay away from flames.

                          RONC

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                          • #14
                            Re: PS script might be of use

                            Originally posted by Ron Chambers View Post
                            Did you do your test of Image COMPARATOR? Is that what you wanted?

                            I stay away from flames.

                            RONC
                            I finally got around to giving a try its pretty slick!

                            I guess your intended use is for comparing on your own computer? The reason I ask that is that the full-size uncompressed png images can be quite large for others to compare after hosting online.

                            Anyway I may make use of it one day - thanks for sharing it.
                            --shift studio.

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                            • #15
                              Re: PS script might be of use

                              Originally posted by shift studio View Post
                              I finally got around to giving a try its pretty slick!

                              I guess your intended use is for comparing on your own computer? The reason I ask that is that the full-size uncompressed png images can be quite large for others to compare after hosting online.

                              Anyway I may make use of it one day - thanks for sharing it.
                              --shift studio.
                              Actually the intent was to limit the areas to view and then pixel peek. I found if I sent the client the full image we would quickly go off track so I'd send the html and the two images. I have about 75 other scripts if you would tell me what you need and I'll see how close any are. I don't mind adding code as I'd like to see them used. I have little use now and they'll be gone not to far down the road.

                              RONC

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