June 3, 2012 in Image Editing
[prMac.com] Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation - Independent developer Andrei Doubrovski today is proud to announce Script Arsenal 2.0, a handy catalog allowing you to manage and apply your Photoshop scripts. It comes to you with 100+ scripts for creating various effects and streamlining your everyday workflow.
As is generally known, there are two main ways of automating Photoshop tasks: via actions or scripts. A script may be much more flexible and can do a job that the most powerful action can't. In the meantime, you might have noticed that the larger your script collection grows, the more difficult becomes the choice of a specific tool.
"Script Arsenal" is a handy catalog allowing you to quickly find and apply the required script. It comes to you with 100 ready-made scripts for creating various effects and streamlining your everyday work flow. And yes, you are always welcome to extend the catalog by including additional scripts, either downloaded from the Internet or composed with your own hand.
The catalog interface is available in eight languages. Moreover, the scripts coming with it are multilingual as well. At any time you can alter the way they are displayed in the catalog. If that's not enough, the icons help you to visually identify an item's purpose.
All the scripts are compatible with Photoshop CS3 and the newer versions for Windows and Mac OS X. Using most of them doesn't require a substantial Photoshop experience.
* Multilingual interface (8 languages)
* Manual in English, German, and Russian
* Mac OS X Version 10.4.11 Tiger or later
* Adobe Photoshop CS3 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Script Arsenal is $12.00 (USD) to download.
Located in historic Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation, longtime imaging consultant Andrei Doubrovski has retouched and manipulated photos for customers from all over the world. As an Adobe certified expert in Photoshop CS, Andrei has composed many leading video tutorials on Photoshop and the author of 4 video ebooks on Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Flash - propagating the same grown-up approach to image editing. All Material and Software (C) 2003-2012 Andrei Doubrovski / All Rights Reserved. Photoshop and Photoshop Elements are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc.