How do I end the JSX script

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meiyunyou
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How do I end the JSX script

Post by meiyunyou »

How to use the script ends JSX script

For example, a lot of scripts are opened

For example, I double-clicked 10 JSX scripts on my desktop

Because sometimes opening scripts doesn't respond,

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Kukurykus
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Re: How do I end the JSX script

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I can't understand what you exactly mean, but you don't have to end the script, it ends usually itself with last line of its code.

I don't know what you are trying to do in Photoshop and what your script contains so I can't say why it sometimes doesn't work.

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Re: How do I end the JSX script

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Bonjour

maybe you want to talk about droplets?

Or endless loops: Ctrl Alt Supp and close Photoshop!
:)

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Re: How do I end the JSX script

Post by meiyunyou »

Kukurykus wrote:
Thu May 28, 2020 3:51 pm
I can't understand what you exactly mean, but you don't have to end the script, it ends usually itself with last line of its code.

I don't know what you are trying to do in Photoshop and what your script contains so I can't say why it sometimes doesn't work.
How do you tell if there's a constituency

If there is no selection,Exit with a pop-up warning

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Re: How do I end the JSX script

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The words you use don't reflect Photoshop features. Please post images (screenshots) to show what you want, unless you ask for this:

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sTT = stringIDToTypeID;  if (documents.length) {
	(ref = new ActionReference()).putProperty(sTT('property'), sTT('selection'))
	ref.putEnumerated(sTT('document'), sTT('ordinal'), sTT('targetEnum'))
	if (!executeActionGet(ref).hasKey(sTT('selection'))) alert('No selection!')
}

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Re: How do I end the JSX script

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Kukurykus wrote:
Sat May 30, 2020 11:03 am
The words you use don't reflect Photoshop features. Please post images (screenshots) to show what you want, unless you ask for this:

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sTT = stringIDToTypeID;  if (documents.length) {
	(ref = new ActionReference()).putProperty(sTT('property'), sTT('selection'))
	ref.putEnumerated(sTT('document'), sTT('ordinal'), sTT('targetEnum'))
	if (!executeActionGet(ref).hasKey(sTT('selection'))) alert('No selection!')
}
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I don't know where is wrong
Please help me modify the
Thank you very much
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Kukurykus
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Re: How do I end the JSX script

Post by Kukurykus »

What about code I wrote so far. You didn't say does it help?

Regarding code you want me to fix, I'm sorry, I'm not going to do it. I can help you in little tasks.

btw it's better to say where from you got the code that does not work, and what this script does?

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Re: How do I end the JSX script

Post by meiyunyou »

Kukurykus wrote:
Sun May 31, 2020 10:27 am
What about code I wrote so far. You didn't say does it help?

Regarding code you want me to fix, I'm sorry, I'm not going to do it. I can help you in little tasks.
I'm sorry. Thank you for your help