biggins

Hi, just got this software yesterday and I'm running into a bit of a problem.

I'm using the PhotoshoptoSpine script in Photoshop but it doesn't seem to be behaving like I want it to. First of all, it asks me to give a name to each layer that I'm exporting. It also seems to be exporting PSD files instead of PNG files.

I wonder if someone could show me where I'm going wrong?

Thanks!
biggins
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Pharan

Where did you get the script? And how are you running it?
Did you follow these instructions? spine-scripts/photoshop at master · EsotericSoftware/spine-scripts
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biggins

Hi Pharan,

I am using the scripts on Photoshop by clicking on scripts/browse and then finding it in the Spine folder.

As far as I can make out I am following those instructions.
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Erika

PSD files instead of PNGs might mean your workspace is not RGB but maybe CMYK, and maybe it would be good to rasterize your smart objects before running the script.

This conversation goes deeper on the scripts if you need (: customisable character
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biggins

Erikari je napisao/la:PSD files instead of PNGs might mean your workspace is not RGB but maybe CMYK, and maybe it would be good to rasterize your smart objects before running the script.

This conversation goes deeper on the scripts if you need (: customisable character
You're spot on. I was indeed using CMYK instead of RGB. Changed it and it works fine. Thanks a lot for your help.
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Nate

Any chance you can share or email (contact@esotericsoftware.com) the problematic PSD? If you are using the latest script (linked by Pharan, above), it should convert to RGB automatically.
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Earlybird

Hi, sorry to dig up an old post but I just updated to the latest version of the photoshop to spine tool v7.1 and noticed it was no longer applying my adjustment layers so i reverted to a local copy I had (v4.1) which worked as expected.. not sure if this is known or not?
I'm also using the latest version of Photoshop v23.0.1 but i also tried it in v22.5.3 and it behaved the same.
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Misaki

@Earlybird
Sorry for the trouble! It is a known bug and we are working on a fix, here is the issue ticket for the problem:
https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spine-editor/issues/610

We would appreciate it if you could use an older version of the script (such as v6) in the meantime.
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Misaki

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Earlybird

Thanks @Misaki
no problem, I only stumbled across it because I had upgraded my PC and was re-installing everything.. good to know you're on the case :grinteeth:

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@Misaki,
I dont suppose you have or know where I can grab a version of the script that supports the [scale] tag do you?
thanks :)
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Misaki

Ah, [scale] tag is added on PhothopToSpine v6.9 :
PhotoshopToSpine.jsx


For your information, you can download older version by following the steps below:
1. Access the spine-scripts/photoshop on GitHub: https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spine-scripts/tree/master/photoshop

2.Click History on the upper right corner of the list.
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3.Find the version you want to download in the list and click the < > button on the right side.
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4.Now you can see the files at that time and download the script via Code-> Download ZIP.
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Earlybird

oh perfect thanks!
I wasn't aware you could grab older versions that way :yes:
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Misaki

It’s my pleasure :D
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