May 22, 2007

New Photoshop plug-ins: Genuine Fractals, YouSendIt

  • onOne, the publishers of resizing tool Genuine Fractals and other Photoshop plug-ins, have gone native with their tools, offering Universal Binary versions of Mask Pro, PhotoFrame Pro, and Intellihance Pro along with Genuine Fractals.  They’re offering some free UB updates as well as a plug-in suite that includes all four tools.
  • The file transfer experts at YouSendIt have created a Photoshop plug-in that automates the process of sending large files, directly from Photoshop.  Sounds pretty cool, though I haven’t gotten to check it out.  I’ve always wanted a way inside Photoshop and other tools to say, "Okay, these three open files–bang, send ’em to my client, zero fuss."
Posted by John Nack at 10:10 PM on May 22, 2007


  • Mattias — 11:12 PM on May 22, 2007

    I’m a teacher and it’s not often I go to watch other teachers (sadly). I did yesterday though and suddenly realised what I need in Photoshop: An instructor switch.
    When set all dialogs you open start with the default setting, not the one you last used.
    If you forget to reset filters etc they always show the user the final setting (as saved from your last session and tryout). Instead of exactly how their computers is set which would be the best.
    You see it from other teachers, you see it even on Photoshop-TV.
    Well,that’s a wish. That I shamelessly used your comments to promote.
    [Good idea, and not one I’d heard previously. Broadly speaking, I *really* want to make the sharing of settings (workspaces, brushes, swatches, whatever) trivial. What’s mine should be yours, if we both agree, and with absolutely minimal effort. –J.]

  • Danny Smythe — 6:38 AM on May 23, 2007

    I use YouSendIt a lot, but can find no link to this plug-in.

  • Jen Radivoj — 7:57 AM on May 23, 2007

    Hi John,
    If you want to checkout the YSI plug-in, you can find it here:
    [Thanks, Jen. I would need a Mac version. –J.]

  • Sagacious Himself — 10:41 PM on March 06, 2008

    If only Adobe would make it easier for other free image hosts (like ImageShack.US) to develop automate upload plugins ;)

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