Does anyone know of a fix for this? A quick online search discussed a possible issue with the hard drive sharing the same name as something or other. I can't see how it worked before and doesn't work now. The only thing we did was open it in the latest version and convert to CS6.
Note: We have even tried removing the old button and have replaced it with the new Configurator 3 buttons. Still doesn't work.
Very frustrating... and yes, it's my fault I didn't have a backup of the original Configurator 2 file.
You know... sometimes I just want to scream.
So after further digging I discovered, to my wonderment, that the two scripts in question have been effectively omitted (turned off). Could someone at Adobe please explain to us why they would do this? Pehaps you might want to put 'Several Features Not Available' in big bold letters on the download page before people like myself go downloading the latest and greatest only to have their workflow stunted by a clear flaw in the system. One could safely believe that at the very least, all of the features of the previous Configurator versions would be present and working in the latest release.
Things like this add to my ever-decreasing loss of faith in mankind.
See below for the scripts that don't work... taken from the 'Known Issues' section of the Configurator 3.1 notes. I'll be sure to always read the 'Known Issues' notes from now on, even though we shouldn't have to.
[Photoshop CS6] The following HTML links to scripts do not work: 
All of the Panel/Brush Presets section; adobe://photoshop.cs6/Panel/BrushPresets/[Close |
CloseTabGroup | DeleteBrush | LoadBrushes | RenameBrush | ReplaceBrushes | ResetBrushes |
All of the Panel/Brushes section; adobe://photoshop.cs6/Panel/Brushes/[ClearBrushControls |
CopyTexturetoOtherTools | NewBrushPreset]
All of the Panel/ChannelMixerAdjustment section;
adobe://photoshop.cs6/Panel/ChannelMixerAdjustment/[Close | CloseTabGroup |
DeleteCurrentPreset | LoadChannelMixerPreset | ResetChannelMixer | SaveChannelMixerPreset] and
[Windows only] adobe://photoshop.cs6/Main/3D/GetMoreContent
Sooooo... I found a fix.
Open up the Configurator file in version 2. It will ask you if you would like to convert the file from version 1 (this doesn't really make any sense) to version 2. You'll want to do this. Then save the file and export it out to the appropriate Panels folder (Photoshop CS 6 in this case). Voila... back to the old light gray and everything works.
What an incredible waste of 1 1/2 hours.
It only say the HTML link not work, I guess the button should work.
Maybe you can try this, click the left panel, COMMANDS => Main => File => Scripts
and then drop the "Image Processor" to your panel, it will be a button with label "Image Processor".
I tried it on my windows machine, it should work.
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