September 14, 2009

(rt) Useful utilities: PS preset syncing, shortcuts, & more

[For more utilities, see previous.]

Posted by John Nack at 11:32 AM on September 14, 2009


  • Mario — 12:44 PM on September 14, 2009

    An also great option for saving to FTP servers is MacFuse

  • Mario — 12:52 PM on September 14, 2009

    Actually expanDrive is based on MacFuse, but the latter being free

  • George Coghill — 1:09 PM on September 14, 2009

    Also, see my post at Go Media regarding keyboard shortcuts for “commiting” your active/highlighted text throughout CS4, as well as temporarily accessing the Hand tool while the text is selected/highlighted:

  • earth — 8:53 PM on September 14, 2009

    Somehow i’ve always known that keystroke for changing type size… if i’m not mistaken, it comes from Quark? Or was it Illustrator?

  • Todd Kopriva — 11:11 PM on September 14, 2009

    You say of the shortcut app that “[you]’d like to see this made totally comprehensive.”
    For After Effects, it is. The app seems to use the Help documents as its source, and the keyboard shortcuts section in Help for After Effects is utterly comprehensive.

  • Mike Skocko — 4:29 AM on September 15, 2009

    Thanks for the two shortcut links. Priceless! (I’m a keyboard shortcut junkie and I didn’t know the font size trick either.) The Air app will be useful eye candy for my high school kids. (I’ve just started them on the basics… with keyboard shortcuts, of course.)

  • Michael Adler — 5:03 AM on September 15, 2009

    On the subject of syncing presets: Why do the Windows 32 and 64 bit presets files have to be different, even on the same computer? It is frustrating to find presets completely different when having to revert to the 32 bit Photoshop to run a plug-in that hasn’t been updated to 64 bits.

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