March 30, 2009

Electric Rain finds success with Configurator

“Goodbye seven-click, menu-driven plug-in launch…hello single-click access to 3D joy.” I’m really glad to see that Electric Rain has enhanced the usability of their Swift 3D.PS 3D plug-in for Photoshop by leveraging Flash panels & Adobe Configurator. On their site they posted a detailed overview of the panel creation process and benefits. Good stuff, guys.
Speaking of Configurator, thanks to all the folks who attended the Photoshop extensibility sessions that Jeff Tranberry, Tom Ruark, and I presented last week at Photoshop World. By popular demand Jeff has posted his slides alongside lots of other detailed notes on panel creation. More ambitious Configurator users will want to check out his notes on combining scripts with Configurator panels, including some details on how to package up external files using Extension Manager.

Posted by John Nack at 4:42 PM on March 30, 2009

Comments

  • Thomas — 6:11 PM on March 30, 2009

    hhmmh. The Problem – Lousy Plug-in Workflow?
    really great circumventing stuff guys!

  • Daniel Presedo — 9:24 PM on March 30, 2009

    I just want to mention this terrific application makes it very easy to “create, bevel and extrude 3D text from any font in seconds” and appears in Photoshop as a 3D layer.

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