August 08, 2012
Adobe Configurator 3.1 now live
I’ve gotten a lovely birthday gift from the Configurator team, as they’ve souped up my Photoshop-and-InDesign-extendin’ baby with a range of great enhancements. PM Jonathan Ferman writes:
- Button Icons: In CS6 panels, you can associate your own images with a button object as icons for different states (button up, button down, and mouse over). You can have icons for Command, Script, Script file, Action, and Popup buttons.
- Panels for Adobe Exchange: This release offers additional support and features that help you create panels for Adobe Exchange.
- New attributes allow you to specify the Author and a Description for a panel that is exported as a CS Extension, and attribute names have been simplified from “Extension ID” and “Extension Version” to “ID” and “Version.”
- MenuName and Author values are required; if they are empty or invalid, you cannot export the panel as a CS Extension.
- The Create Certificate dialog has been simplified.
With Adobe Configurator 3.1 your panels can be more customized than ever before and you can distribute them as either free, paid, or private products via the new Adobe Exchange.
A 3D Olympics logo done in Photoshop
Even though Photoshop Extended is not (and is not promoted as being) a 3D modeling app, Corey Barker of NAPP decided to see how close he could get to NBC’s animated Olympics logo. (Non time-delayed spoiler: Pretty close!)
[Via Zorana Gee]