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Thread: How to Use Photoshop's Batch Process to Recolor Your Icons

  
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    It's really helpful for recoloring the new 5.00 OSKs.


    There are over 330 image files () in osk_plugin_500.rco


    I couldn't imagine the tedious task of having to recolor those one by one.


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    WHOAH THAT'S A LOT!!
    I'm glad this tutorial's here then... I'd have to spend hours making it because I'd never heard of batch processing in PS.

    It's a bit like macros, but for PhotoShop and you can make it use it on all the pictures in a folder.
    Potato.

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    been trying to link this tutorial to some lazy bastards that wants to recolor their icons but they never bother to read it. Gonna have to use this when I recolor schmilk's osk.
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