Driving Me Crazy!!!

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by DutchMaster22, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. DutchMaster22

    DutchMaster22 New Member

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    I'm doing a lot of work with icons and UIImages and everytime i make a new theme, i have to recolor EACH image in the UIImages folder and EACH icon ONE BY ONE! I have looked all over the web but cant find a way to recolor multiple files at once. I know somebody on these boards knows whats up... I use GIMP by the way.
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    Manic Nimrod Well-Known Member

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    You can use actions in photoshop.

    Seems to be your best bet.

    Download the trial maybe?
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    Alright, so how do i use actions to recolor a lot of files at once?
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    uh i think you have to do something with batches, and then make an action that messes with the hue/saturation or however you're gonna color it and then have the batch open up all the files in a certain folder and apply that action to them and save them

    i can only help with the action part

    basically you just hit record, go to image->adjustments->hue/saturation and mess with it how you like (or whatever to color it) and hit stop and assign that to an Fkey if you want

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