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Below you'll find more than a dozen free scripts for Adobe Photoshop CS and higher. All scripts are very well commented, making them easy to modify and/or learn from.
If you can't find the script you're looking for, or you need one of these scripts tailored to suit your particular workflow, then please contact me and I'd be happy to provide you with a free estimate.
This script generates a two-dimensional array of cloned objects based on the selected layer or group. The user interface also allows you to specify the number of rows and columns, as well as the horizontal and vertical spacing between objects.
This script converts and saves an image to black-and-white using 20 different methods (although more methods can be added).
As the name implies, this script simply centers the active layer within the document, both vertically and horizontally.
This series scripts closes one or more documents without saving changes (without a prompt). Options include: all documents, only the current document, or all documents except the current one.
This script contracts a selection that touches the document boundaries on one or more sides (which isn't possible with some versions of Photoshop).
This script distributes all selected layers horizontally, so that the layers are evenly spaced.
This script distributes all selected layers vertically, so that the layers are evenly spaced.
This script has all the same features as Photoshop's nativecommand, but adds the ability to enter the number of duplicates to create!
A simple script that hides (turns off) all layers in the active document.
A simple script that shows (turns on) all layers in the active document.
This script combines a series of images from the selected folder into a new document. All layers are named according to the file they represent.
This script simply creates a layer comp for each layer in the active document.
This script renames all layers in the active document, including those within groups. The script prompts for a layer name pattern, and then renames and numbers the layers (top to bottom, or bottom to top).
This script searches all layers by name and selects the first match.
This script sorts all layers in the active document alphanumerically (top to bottom, or bottom to top)
This script toggles the visibility of the current layer (on or off).
This event-based script displays the current document at 100% zoom (actual pixels).