I need to find a few Fireworks PNG files in a sea of 100's or 1000s of PNG images. These Fireworks PNG files will have layers, pages, & behaviors not found in plain PNG files.
Is there any way to find or filter PNGs files, yielding only the Fireworks files on a Mac or Windows machine (I need to do it on both)?
That's a good technique, but I'm finding a lot of very large, randomly named files, like xasadfjajoiaej.png, that I know can't be what I'm looking for.
Could there be any other ways to isloate Fireworks PNGs from all other PNGs?
search with bridge and use it's filter features!. and for future refrence i'd sugest using .FW in file name like say "mayFileName.FW.png", i've found this helps a lot and do it all time since i had similar problem lol
Thank you Wayne, that's a great idea. I saw in Essentials mode that Bridge would tell me that a file was created with an Application = Fireworks, but in Filmstip or Metadata mode where I can apply filters, I didn't see an Application filter, closest choice was filetype=PNG. Have I missed something, can I add a new application type filter to Bridge CS5?
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