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(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:53, archived)
# Hahaha!
Ace. The vet one is a cracker.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:54, archived)
# hahaha
sheer genius. really great stuff.
EDIT: congratupalations!!!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:55, archived)
# Ooo! Blimey.
'Course, MSN's just gone and broke.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:17, archived)
# It's working fine, here.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:19, archived)
# trust msn
to bork at precisely the wrong time
(it was misbehaving all day here)
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:20, archived)
# seconded
huzzah!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:22, archived)
# ha
It's funny because it's true.
well done
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:56, archived)
# I suspected as much!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:57, archived)
# hahahaha
of course!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:57, archived)
# I am glad I am not
"a dedicated follower of fashion"
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 2:59, archived)
# What did you mean by "macros"?
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:01, archived)
# you can record key/mouse strokes to apply the same effect over and over...
search in PS help for 'actions' (very useful!)
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:07, archived)
# But that doesn't actually help with filtering all the layers
because you'd still have to click on each layer in turn in order to record the action (and then you wouldn't need to play the action because you'd have done it already).
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:09, archived)
# I am not sure what you do to each layer...
but they MAY be able to help!?
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:10, archived)
# Oh well. Thanks for the thought.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:13, archived)
# I've just been browsing thru the help (TattyCS)
and don't see how to set up a repeat performance for actions on a set of layers.

It would be nice if there was a menu option (e.g., Layer | Select Next) which would be ideal for what you're trying to do.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:14, archived)
# Aha
That gave me an idea. What if I make an action which selects each layer (by labouriously clicking though say a hundred of them) and save it, will that work on all future images? Then I could nest another action inside that; and then just change the contents of that action to whatever filter I want at the time.
edit: wheeeeee! I think it works.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:20, archived)
# I'm really not sure...
I was talking out of my ass, above and really haven't messed with Actions too much.

/edit: though I'm glad it helped...
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:23, archived)
# you COULD maybe export each frame as a set..
then 'batch process' them all? (getting beyond the norm here though)

EDIT: a thought, can you apply an 'action' to a layer folder?? ie. put all the pics in a layer folder and apply the action? just a thought.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:24, archived)
# This has potential too
but I can't remember if there's a command to save every layer as a seperate image.
...as for that other idea, I could just apply the filter to the layer set, but it's not available when the set folder is selected. Putting the filter command inside an action doesn't change that.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:30, archived)
# oscar wilde:
"Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months"
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:02, archived)
# Cool. I hadn't heard that quote.
he was a witty chappie, that one
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:03, archived)
#
"I am not young enough to know everything"
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:05, archived)
# "The good ended happily, and the bad unhappily.
That is what Fiction means."
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:06, archived)
# Friedrich Nietzsche:
"There are no facts, only interpretations"
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:10, archived)
# Ronnie James Dio:
"We rock"
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:12, archived)
#
"If you want to get laid, go to college, but if you want an education, go to the library."
-- Frank Zappa
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:14, archived)
# "Never mind your make up;
better make your mind up."

ibid
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:15, archived)
# "Ram it, ram it, ram it,
ram it up your poop-chute"

ibid
 
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:25, archived)
# Profound.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:26, archived)
# I thought that was
Frank Zappa?
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:29, archived)
# it is...
(or was)
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 20:38, archived)
# David Bowie
"Fashion. Turn to the left"

- clearly advocating communism as an escape from the crazed senseless 'democratic' explotation of the working classes.
Under communism there is no fashion because all are dressed equally.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:05, archived)
# let's have
some communism!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:06, archived)
#
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:08, archived)
# *WOO*
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:12, archived)
# *sings*
Secret AGent Man, Secret, AGent Man..
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:02, archived)
# *sings*
Everyone else has had more sex than me...
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:11, archived)
# aww...luvin teh bunny =)
\pure fluff
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:14, archived)
# Have some Ryo-oki fluff,
Part girl,
Part kitten,
Part rabbit,
Part huge pirate spaceship,

All fluff!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:16, archived)
# hehe
personally, i think the Fred Dibnah look is overdue a revival
/consults pocket watch
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:11, archived)
# they poisoned
his soup. Ex-KGB job.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 4:01, archived)
# HA HA HA
top stuff.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 3:26, archived)
# Ace
That is great, I can't stop watching it.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 7:36, archived)
# absolutely
fantastic! i've been going on for months about how the hell poncho's became fashionable.

marry me
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 8:43, archived)
# I'm afraid I'm spoken for
but thank you very much anyway.
*flattered*
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 14:31, archived)
# Pffff!
I remember before they were everywhere and not many of my generation had head of them, I really wanted a poncho. Went on holdiday and came back to them everywhere...I bloody hate them!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 9:53, archived)
# I've been sayign Ponchos are cool for yeeears now
which just goes to prove they're awful.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 13:36, archived)
# that is actually how it happens...
they have admitted as much!

woo to you
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 15:40, archived)
# Bloody great
that!!! SO TRUUUUUUUUUE!!
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 19:55, archived)
# Having worked hanging ponchos
for an hour today, I can say this has cheered me up. The buggers dont go on coathangers, and how are you meant to stick price tags on through wool eh? Nice animation.
(, Tue 14 Dec 2004, 21:41, archived)