PS_BRAMUS.TextExport 1.2 – Automatically export all Text layers from Photoshop PSD to a Text file

JSXColleague Johan asked whether someone could knock up a script which exports all text layers from a Photoshop document to a text file. Since I’ve scripted Photoshop before (heck, I even steered Photoshop from within C#) it was no biggie for me to knock up a simple script, which I dubbed TextExport

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Javascript html_entity_decode

Dirty, but it works 😛

function html_entity_decode(str) {
  var ta = document.createElement("textarea");
  ta.innerHTML=str.replace(/</g,"&lt;").replace(/>/g,"&gt;");
  toReturn = ta.value;
  ta = null;
  return toReturn;
}
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flashLightBoxInjector spinoff: flashShadowboxInjector

pictureflow.gifWith the release of PictureFlow 2.7 – a Flash Coverflow implementation – the author osamwal has switched from Lightbox to the multifunctional Shadowbox which provides extra functionality like showing videos and websites in a Lightbox style.

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Native CSS selector system to look up DOM nodes hits Webkit/Safari

Many javascript libraries have implemented functions to use the powerful CSS selector system to look up DOM nodes. Continuing the trend of standardizing and speeding up commonly used functionality from these libraries, WebKit now has support for the new W3C Selectors API, which consists of the querySelector and querySelectorAll methods.

Sweet! 🙂

Native CSS selector system to look up DOM nodes hits Webkit/Safari →

My Javascript (non-AJAX) Progress / Percentage Bar : jsProgressBarHandler 0.3

jsprogressbarhandlerajax.jpgA new version of jsProgressBarHandler is avaiable. Changes are a bugfix to making multiple barImages properly work with Safari and addition of an internal queue.

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My Maintenance : jsProgressBarHandler 0.2.1

jsprogressbarhandler.gifEver since version 0.2 of jsProgressBarHandler hit the net earlier this week some extra ideas popped up in my head. New in this version are the ability to show/hide the percentage text and the ability to define which images to use (did anyone say multi-colored bars?!)

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My Javascript (non-AJAX) Progress / Percentage Bar : jsProgressBarHandler 0.2

jsprogressbarhandlerajax.jpgI seem to be in a scripting mood this week, as jsProgressBarHandler has been updated to version 0.2. This version is a total rewrite of version 0.1 making it even better!

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