Photoshop files upload

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Photoshop files upload

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You can import your Photoshop “PSD” files directly into Racontr. To do this, follow this tutorial step by step.

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Here are the different options proposed by Racontr that we will approach:

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First step: Download script .JSX & documentation

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We will get the script in the Script section of your project.

  1. Click the “PSD” button
  2. a pop-up displays.
  3. Click “PSD script / Script PSD and documentation”
  4. A file in zip format downloads to your computer
  5. Grab it and “unzip” the file
  6. In the folder you will find the file “racontr.jsx”

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Photoshop, preparing your template

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You have created your Photoshop template.

Work your template in actual size, 72 dpi and in RGB calorimetrical mode.

  1. For the export to Racontr to be optimal, make sure you don’t have any folders or sub-folders in the layers window.

Avoid having too many layers in your template.

  1. For example, if your background images or your pictos/pictograms are composed of several layers, merge them to have only one layer.

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  1. There you have it, the script is completed;
  2. a folder was created in the location of your “psd”. In this folder you will find an ?image? folder and a file: “elements.xml”.
  3. Select the folder to the root, and zip it.

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Launch the PSD Script

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  1. To run the script, go to file
  2. then in “Script”
  3. and on browse. Go get the file we downloaded earlier: “racontr.jsx.”

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Import the “Zip” to Racontr

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  1. Click PSD and then, in the pop-up window, click “Drop files” and then find the file you just zipped.
  2. You can also click drag your zipped file in this area.
  3. This may take some time, when the page appears in your scenario the operation is over. This page is named after your psd.
  4. Double click on this page, your “psd” have been imported. In the page editor, you will find them all and in the right order, the layout of the elements has also been respected.

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