In this episode I inspect the various Photoshop app’s BatchPlay objects with the Alchemist plugin. BatchPlay has been the subject of a three-parts mini-series, of which this is the third and last one.
Download the Alchemist plugin by Jaroslav Bereza here 🍺.
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The whole series so far
- #01 – Rundown on the UXP announcement @ the Adobe MAX 2020
- #02 - Documentation
- #03 - UXP Developer Tool
- #04 - Commands vs. Panels and the manifest.json
- #05 - Sync vs. Async code in Photoshop DOM Scripting
- #06 - BatchPlay (part 1): the ActionManager roots
- #07 - BatchPlay (part 2): Alchemist as a UXP Script Listener
- #08 - BatchPlay (part 3): Alchemist as a UXP Inspector
- #09 - Adobe Spectrum UXP
- #10 - Modal Dialogs
- #11 - Flyout Menus and Entrypoints
The transcripted video looks weird, but I’m told it helps to have it anyway because it’s easier to translate to other languages. Apologies for the lack of punctuation and the sloppy syntax.
To be added soon