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 Lesson 6: How to use a Script

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PostSubject: Lesson 6: How to use a Script   Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:17 am

Here's a lesson on how to run a script! Smile

First of all Let's download the FTU script we're going to use for this lesson.

http://migginsplace.blogspot.com/2009/05/psp-script-doodle-flower-2.html

Unzip
the file into the folder that you want. For me I personally keep my FTU
stuff from my PTU so I don’t get confused. But that’s just me. I will
place this folder in my FTU CU folder on my external.

Now let's set ourselves up with the folders and PSP to make things easier.

Note: To get the Script Outpu Menu window go to View>Palettes>Script Output
The reason why I keep this up is so I can see if the script error's out on me.



Now let's copy our selections from the Miggin's script folder to the selections folder in our PSP folder.



Now follow the prompts through the script!



In the end, this is what mine looks like!

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