While working with a graphical editor is quite common to several times repeating the same actions: keep a certain number of documents, add filters and effects layers, to produce the color and tone correction. To save time, and simultaneously forces the user provides the palette in Photoshop 'Actions' (Action), lets you record and apply certain sequence of commands (actions) performed with the image. Also with Using this panel you can specify a combination of so-called 'hot' keys for fast activation of any team. Since the 'Actions' is one of the twelve 'floating' palette, allowing not encumber the working space of Photoshop, do not be surprised if, after starting the program you will not find a palette on the right side of the working window. To start the panel, go to 'Window' (window) and select 'Actions'. For quick access to palettes, use the the keyboard shortcut Alt + F9. Acquainted with the interface panel 'Actions'. At the bottom of the panel are six buttons, with which the user can manage the process of creating action.
Each of these buttons performs a specific function. For example, clicking on the 'Record' you will create a sequence of commands, and 'Stop' will complete the record. Responsible for the removal of the button with the trash. You can create a new record and a set of actions. Filled rectangle on the left denotes the action, during which will be caused by the dialog box.
Ticks are marked available for use at the moment of action and action sequences. Palette supports two modes of display – normal (default) and mode buttons. In normal mode, the recorded actions are shown in a list. To see a breakdown of the commands you can simply click on the triangle to the left of the desired action. Providing support for editing commands. In the second mode, the command sequence is a button, with names written on them commands. For easy orientation digging painted in different color. The editing mode is also available. Newcomers: automating the work of graphic editor Photoshop For the transition from normal mode to the button, click on the button in the upper right corner of the palette 'Actions'. Open context menu, where you want to check the box next to 'Button Mode' (Push mode). To return to the default setting is sufficient to remove the check mark from 'Button Mode'. Instead of a conclusion Palette 'Actions' helps maximize automate the process of creating, editing and processing images in the Programmes at Adobe Photoshop. Study of the palette to start with the creation and recording of elementary actions, and only then move on to more complex operations.