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dstreet says

Congrats! I’m still working towards my 200 mark.

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dstreet says

Now I really want to trade up from my 2nd gen iPod Touch.

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dstreet says

I know exactly how you feel. I suppose though, that that’s the nature of design. I just try to create things that I enjoy, and if someone buys it then great. I don’t plan on quitting my day job anytime soon.

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dstreet says

So jealous! Congrats!

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dstreet says

Yeah, there is a pretty steep learning curve for scripting Photoshop. Good luck with the actions! :)

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dstreet says

Creating different size-dependent actions is probably the easiest way to go about it. If you’re savvy in Javascript I would suggest writing a script to handle it. Scripts give you much more flexibility than actions do.

Here are a few resources:

For Illustrator: http://www.adobe.us/devnet/illustrator/scripting/

For Photoshop: http://www.adobe.us/devnet/photoshop/scripting/

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dstreet says

Great find Daniel! myfonts.com & fontsquirrel.com are my favorites, but this one is going on the list!

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dstreet says

I’ve been using iEnvato for a while now, and am quite pleased with it. It is an Adobe Air application.

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dstreet says

It would be nice to be able to follow a thread via an RSS feed.

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dstreet says

Hi,

I know this doesn’t quite fit the theme of web-related resources, but I am suggesting that codecanyon should add a category for OS automation scripts such as Applescript and Automator Actions.

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