Multiple Tags Generator


Copyright © October, 2005 SuzShook

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dot   Script Summary:

The purpose of this script is to assist the user in creating multiple tags from a single template and a list of names.


dot   Installation Instructions:

Download the script package

  1. Place the ss-MultipleTagsMaster script in your Scripts-Trusted folder. The script must run from the Scripts-Trusted folder because it opens, saves, and closes files.

  2. Quick Guide and sample files:
    • Make a folder in your Quick Guides folder (if you don't already have one) called Scripts.
    • Within the Scripts folder, make a folder called ss-MultipleTags.
    • Place everything from the ZIP file (except the MultipleTagsMaster script) in the Scripts\ss-MultipleTags folder.
    • If you are working in PSP 8 or 9, you can open the MultipleTags ReadMe file in the Learning Center.
    • If you are working in PSP X or higher, you can view the ReadMe file by browsing to the ss-MultipleTags folder you created above and double-clicking on the index.htm file.

  3. The three sample files included with this package are provided merely for illustrative purposes. You will probably want to keep them in the ss-MultipleTags Quick guide folder so that everything is together.

dot   Change History:

  • 00 - original version
  • 01 - added check to be sure MultipleTagsMaster script is in Trusted folder; added code to make sure VectorMove step runs only when there is an actual move (MoveX and MoveY not both = 0); made changes to horizontal text section so that text is rendered correctly for each version of PSP; added Kerning to list of options extracted from Tool Options palette; echoed script-terminating error messages to SOP; updated Quick Guide
  • 02 - added Anti-alias and four 'Font style' options (Bold, Italic, Underline, Strikethru) to list of options extracted from Tool Options palette; updated Quick Guide
  • 03 - added to the printed information generated concerning the Batch Process in part 2 of the script, explaining how to save tags in GIF format using the associated ss-ExportAsGIF script; updated Quick Guide
  • 04 - added Prefix option to User Defined Variables
  • 05 - added capability to save tags in PNG format; updated Quick Guide