why not ?
I made a little script for myself that I wanna share with you.
it detects when you have a doc without the increment scheme extension (_000),
and asks you if is the case to start an increment file list…
then… you can choose AUTO save
and it simply saves your file incrementing the number for the scheme.
And if you want to check the state of the things
you’ll get the tab with all the list. you’ll see also if you’re overwriting files.
you can simply add some shortcuts for the two scripts
(the normal with the Tab and that require one click and the auto
that automatically increments the file) and voilà !
take care of…
++should be crossplatform but I tested only on pc…
++works only on CS (maybe on v7 but not tested…)
++it saves always .psd.
++while the full script sets for you the scheme for increment… the auto
eventually tells you just that there’s a bad file name for… a good
file name is simply every file that ends with _0xx. until 100.
++the auto mode doesn’t ask you for overwriting files… the same the normal mode…
but you can see the COPY flag… I’ll add the possibility to skip at the end of the list.
++do not make a shortcut with the Alt key… for scripts… is a psd
limitation… it automatically invoke the debugger.