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May 23, 2005 01:43 |  #1

20th December 2006

Please note that the CS version of the framer (AKA Basic Framer) is v1.11.

The CS2 Framer is v1.10

******* UPDATE 29th June v1.11 *********

Altered static text sizes to allow for different Mac point size.
(Thanks go to Graffix for this)

If updating from v1.10 there is no need to delete the Mikes Framer folder.

If you are updating from v1.09 or lower then you will have to delete the Mikes Framer folder and its contents, located in the Photoshop directory ......\Presets\Mikes Framer


http://homepage.ntlwor​ld.com/pooternerds/Fra​mer/index.html (external link)


******* UPDATE 23rd June v1.10 *********

Added Batch button to save batch config file.
Changed location for saving config files. The folder Mikes Framer is now saved in the users home directory. (see instructions on the web site)


******** UPDATE 21th June v1.09 ***********

Added options to add drop shadow to text items.

******** UPDATE 16th June v1.08 ***********

Added options for Unsharp Mask (request)


******** UPDATE 16th June v1.07 ***********

Fixed bug: drop shadow stroke applied in other mattes.
Added option to turn on/off resizing.
Added filename to exif panel options.
Added new matte: simple double matte.

******** UPDATE 11th June v1.06 ***********

Fixed bug: When cutbevel selected and matte deselected, overall size was -20 pixels.
Added inner shadow for the frame. (request)
Changed cut bevel matte so all parts are on different layers. (request)
Changed various parts of matte layers.
Added instructions on the web.

I have tested this quite well but don't be suprised if you find a bug. If you do, let me know.

******** UPDATE 10th June v1.05 *************

Added on/off checkboxes for Frame/Matte.
Added new matte type. (overlay)
Added ability to rotate signature. (request)
The selected photoshop fg/bg colours are now saved each time you save a config.
Added ability to use saved colours.
Added new script to allow batch processing. (See readme file for instructions)

I have tested this quite well but don't be suprised if you find a bug. If you do, let me know.

If you have previously installed this script then you will have to delete the Mikes Framer folder and its contents, located in the Photoshop directory ......\Presets\Mikes Framer

***************


****** UPDATE 7th June v1.04 *********

I noticed that a few people using the script are using different fonts for signature/title/exif. So I have added the ability to do this directly from within the script. Don't forget you have to use postscript font names which can be easily found using the other small script included in the zip file.

If you have previously installed this script then you will have to delete the Mikes Framer folder and its contents, located in the Photoshop directory ......\Presets\Mikes Framer


****** UPDATE 6th June v1.03 *********

Fixed problem with radio buttons.
Fixed problem with exif text colour not working properly.

No need to delete the Mikes Framer folder if you are updating from the previous version.

***************

****** UPDATE 5th June v1.02 **********

Fixed problem with exif panel.

No need to delete the Mikes Framer folder if you are updating from the previous version.

***************

***** UPDATE 4th June **********
Fixed a couple of problems.
Changed exif info and selections.

***************

***** UPDATE 3rd June **********

Added extra exif info and options to select which to use.

If you have a previous version you will have to delete the Mikes Frame folder and its content as per the readme file included.

***************

**** UPDATE ****
I've uploaded a new version because there was a problem when using the cut-bevel matte with CS2.

I think it is now ok, but would appreciate feedback.

***************

Wet weekend and nothing to do, so I wrote this script for photoshop....

It lets you frame your pic with one of two types of frame/matte, add signature and title. All options are selectable.

Here are a couple of shots:

The script window:

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Click the link (if available) below to see the image in a gallery page.

http://img.photobucket​.com …40/mickleuk/fra​mer111.jpg (external link)
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'image/gif' | Byte size: ZERO


Dropshadow matte:
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Click the link (if available) below to see the image in a gallery page.

http://img.photobucket​.com/albums/v440/mickl​euk/bee1.jpg (external link)
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'image/gif' | Byte size: ZERO



Cut bevel matte:
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Click the link (if available) below to see the image in a gallery page.

http://img.photobucket​.com/albums/v440/mickl​euk/bee2.jpg (external link)
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'image/gif' | Byte size: ZERO



Portrait:
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Click the link (if available) below to see the image in a gallery page.

http://img.photobucket​.com …/v440/mickleuk/​arcade.jpg (external link)
HTTP response: 404 | MIME changed to 'image/gif' | Byte size: ZERO



I have only been able to test this on PhotoshopCS on a PC, so i would appreciate any comments.

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(Edit)
I've uploaded a new version that will include basic exif info. I've limited it to Camera, Shutter speed, Apature and ISO for now.

If you already have the other version installed, you must delete the folder "Mikes Framer" and its contents from Adobe\Photoshop CS\Presets before using this version.

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http://homepage.ntlwor​ld.com …/programs/Mikes​Framer.zip (external link)

Mike

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Photoshop framing scripts for CS & CS2 & CS3

Framing Script for Photoshop 7 & CS
Dynamic Velvia script for CS & CS2
Framer Action Set for PS7
Framer Action Set for PS Elements
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May 23, 2005 02:39 |  #2

Brilliant, brilliant, I love it! I love the way it resizes the pics, very handy :) I wonder if it can be used as part of an action, or if it could take a list of files to frame from the CS2 Bridge/File Browser?

Works fine on CS2 on a PC. Thanks Mike :)


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May 23, 2005 04:32 |  #3

That is very cool, thanks Mike! Any chance of incorporating the java scripts one of the other member wrote that adds in the Exif information as well?




  
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May 23, 2005 05:24 as a reply to  @ Vetteography's post |  #4

Vetteography wrote:
Any chance of incorporating the java scripts one of the other member wrote that adds in the Exif information as well?

Would many people use that? If I bother framing a picture nicely I won't want EXIF info written on it... unless I misunderstand you. JAlbum's a good tool that understands and displays EXIF on web pages.


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May 23, 2005 05:27 as a reply to  @ Vetteography's post |  #5

Vetteography wrote:
That is very cool, thanks Mike! Any chance of incorporating the java scripts one of the other member wrote that adds in the Exif information as well?

If I get a chance later I will see what I can do.


Mike

Visit Mikes Scripts & Actions (external link) for:

Photoshop framing scripts for CS & CS2 & CS3

Framing Script for Photoshop 7 & CS
Dynamic Velvia script for CS & CS2
Framer Action Set for PS7
Framer Action Set for PS Elements
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May 23, 2005 06:53 |  #6

Excellent work Mike! Thank you!




  
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May 23, 2005 08:57 |  #7

Mike, this is very generous of you. Many thanks my friend!


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May 23, 2005 09:46 |  #8

This is great Mike. I like the fact that you can select whether or not to flatten the layers. It allows me to do a little more tweaking on the layers. Thanks for the great tool.


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May 23, 2005 13:33 as a reply to  @ Vetteography's post |  #9

Vetteography wrote:
That is very cool, thanks Mike! Any chance of incorporating the java scripts one of the other member wrote that adds in the Exif information as well?

I've uploaded a new version that will include basic exif info. I've limited it to Camera, Shutter speed, Apature and ISO for now.

If you already have the other version installed, you must delete the folder "Mikes Framer" and its contents from Adobe\Photoshop CS\Presets before using this version.


Mike

Visit Mikes Scripts & Actions (external link) for:

Photoshop framing scripts for CS & CS2 & CS3

Framing Script for Photoshop 7 & CS
Dynamic Velvia script for CS & CS2
Framer Action Set for PS7
Framer Action Set for PS Elements
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May 23, 2005 13:40 |  #10

I'm getting a "page not found" message... :confused:

I'll try again later, as you might still be setting things up on your site... This script looks to be exactly what I've been hunting for... :D

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May 23, 2005 13:46 as a reply to  @ JSolie's post |  #11

JSolie wrote:
I'm getting a "page not found" message... :confused:

I'll try again later, as you might still be setting things up on your site... This script looks to be exactly what I've been hunting for... :D

-- John

Ooops, sorry about that, left a space in the filename by mistake....


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Photoshop framing scripts for CS & CS2 & CS3

Framing Script for Photoshop 7 & CS
Dynamic Velvia script for CS & CS2
Framer Action Set for PS7
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May 23, 2005 13:55 |  #12

Thanks! The link is working flawlessly now. Will have to check this out later, as I don't have PS installed on the machine I'm currently using.

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May 23, 2005 14:50 |  #13

I have never dowloaded a preset - I downloaded. Now, how do I use it? Help!
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May 23, 2005 15:37 as a reply to  @ pdrow's post |  #14

What does it do with the EXIF info? Stamp it on the image? Sorry, no PS on this machine to try it.

pdrow wrote:
I have never dowloaded a preset - I downloaded. Now, how do I use it? Help!

There's a readme file in the zip archive that has instructions :)


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May 23, 2005 16:01 |  #15

Outstanding work!




  
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