Posts tagged "configurator"

July 25, 2013

Configurator 4 released to Labs

Configurator 4 has been released to Labs. This release provides compatibility with Photoshop CC and several other enhancements.

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June 26, 2013

Update to Configurator 3.1.1 released to Labs

An update to Configurator 3.1.1 has been released to Labs.

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September 25, 2012

Configurator 3.1.1 Released for Download

Configurator 3.1.1 has been released to Labs. This release provides compatibility with the latest updated versions of Photoshop CS6 and InDesign CS6 for extensions created with Configurator.

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August 1, 2012

Configurator 3.1 Release Candidate Available for Download

Adobe Configurator 3.1 release candidate is now available to download. Configurator 3 introduces several new features and support for Adobe Photoshop CS6 and InDesign CS6.

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May 20, 2010

Adobe Configurator Preview 2.0 Now Available on Labs

Adobe® Configurator is a utility that enables the easy creation of panels (palettes) for use in Adobe Photoshop® CS4, Adobe Photoshop® CS5 and Adobe InDesign® CS5. Configurator makes it easy to drag and drop tools, menu items, scripts, actions, and other objects into a panel design, then export the results for use in Photoshop or InDesign.

Configurator is ideally suited for Photoshop or InDesign users — such as authors, trainers and other experts — who want to customize the application interface without learning Flash, Flex & ActionScript.
Configurator is free for anyone to use. Running the panels it generates requires installing Photoshop or InDesign.

A full 30-day tryout version can be downloaded from Adobe.com.

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November 18, 2008

Configurator Released on Labs

Adobe has released Configurator, a utility that enables the easy creation of panels (palettes) for use in Adobe Photoshop CS4, on Labs. Specifically, Configurator makes it easy to drag and drop tools, menu items, scripts, actions, and other objects into a panel design, then export the results for use inside Photoshop. These panels leverage the support for Adobe Flash built into Photoshop, making it possible to drag and drop audio, video, images, and even other SWF files into a panel design.

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