Ignore my last post... I'm assuming you mean PaintShopPro 6. Silly me, saw a question I thought I could answer! I've not used my copy of PSP6 in a while, and it's on my Windows machine at home, so unless someone jumps in with an answer I can get one to you next week. :) Julia At 5:36 PM +1000 1/4/02, Adrian Fischer wrote: >Does anyone know if this can be done in PSP 6. I cant seem to find any way >to save commands? > >Regards > >Adrian Fischer > >-----Original Message----- >From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org >[mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of John Corry >Sent: Friday, 4 January 2002 5:32 AM >To: thelist at lists.evolt.org >Subject: RE: [thelist] Also Graphics Related > > >How much maintenance do images require? I have a make a new photoshop action >for doing this that: >1) adjusts levels according to a saved histogram (specific to that photo >shoot) >2) unsharp mask >3) save a 640x480 jpg for web in 'large' folder >4) make a square thumbnail selection >5) crop >6) resize to 80x80 >7) save thumbnail in 'thumbs' folder > >Running that action takes roughly 1 second per image and I can go get coffee >while it runs. Image quality is great, as long as I take care to set >everything up right in the action. OK...I don't know if you've gotten enough >information so far, but the collective experience of this list is that, this >(or similar, with the image software of your choice) is the 'best practice' >for this kind of thing. Doing it on the server is not the 'best practice' >for a variety of aforementioned reasons. Rewriting the HTML to force images >to display as tiny thumbnails is absolutely assinine and defeats the purpose >of having thumbnails in the first place.