A word about CC 2014

As some of you will have noticed the extension panel that comes with The Works V doesn’t display correctly on Photoshop CC 2014. This is because in their infinite wisdom Adobe have decided to replace the Flash based extension panel format with a new HTML5 format.

The panel is not essential to The Works V in any way – it was just a convenience feature but hopefully I’ll be able to come up with a CC 2014 version in the future but due to its very limited uptake it’s not a priority at the moment.

You can of course launch all the items from the action palette.

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4 images from Cindy McCravey

Images by Cindy McCravey

Cindy has been using 1clickactions products for a while now and has recently sent a few images she’s made using 1clickactions products – mainly Script Box and the Borders and Textures (BAT) programs. Thank you Cindy for the use of the images.

All Images below © Cindy McCravey.

Clouds across the moon

Clouds across the moon

© Cindy McCravey

White Camelia using 1clickactions Borders and Textures

White Camelia
© Cindy McCravey

Pink Camelia

Pink Camelia

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Digital Photographer magazine

1clickactions featured in Digital Photographer magazine

1clickactions featured in Digital Photographer magazine

Just a heads up that 1clickactions will be featured on the cover CD of issue 151 of Digital Photographer magazine on sale at the end of July in the UK – slightly later elsewhere.

I can’t reveal details as yet but there will be a free offering as well as a special discount.

Digital Photographer magazine

 

 

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Photoshop under Linux WINE

Photoshop actions in Linux

A pretty obscure one but we’ve been asked if the 1clickactions products work if Photoshop is running under the Linux operating system using WINE. The short answer is I don’t know as I’ve never tried.

I would image that the standard actions will work fine so long as Photoshop itself is running okay but the script based ones might be more problematic especially as some refer to specific folders under the C: drive. I’m not sure how WINE handle folder structures but if it can present c:\1clickscripts as a literal path then they may work but I can’t really recommend it as I can’t be sure.

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Visual Actions website – no longer needed

Visual actions and 1clickactions

Now that the 1clickactions site has undergone its transformation it seems less necessary to have the separate Visual Actions website so I intended to stop updating that site and concentrate solely on this one.

I’ll probably leave a few galleries on there but all the ordering will be eventually handled solely on this site.

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