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Help Getting Started with Bridge Scripting

Feb 14, 2012 11:28 PM

I'm trying to learn enough about scripting to understand/modify some simple Bridge scripts, but can't seem to find the proper documentation. I have downloaded the Bridge SDK, have the documents for Adobe Intro to Scripting, Adobe Bridge CS5 javascript Guide and Javascript Reference Manual, and a general Javascript manual. But I can't find where BridgeTalk commands (such as send, onResult, and remote Photoshop calls) are described, as well as many other commands like push, localize, or the use of $ signs.

 

Can anyone point me to reference materials I would need to learn these things??

 

Many Thanks

 
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    Feb 15, 2012 9:47 AM   in reply to kdeemer

    Bridge and bridgetalk are two very different subjects… The commands for Bridge will be in the guide for the App… Bridgetalk is like a suite super class and is covered in the Javascript Tools Guide… Its part of the inter app comm section… I think you may have looked for bridgetalk in the Bridge manual… As for push() its a method of Array() And non of the JavaScript base commands are covered in any of the guides… you get those else where… the $ is special to the toolkit and is also covered in the Javascript Tools Guide…

     
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    Feb 16, 2012 1:57 AM   in reply to kdeemer

    JavaScript Tools Guide CS5.pdf Should be in a folder along with the ESTK install… You will find most of you subject matter in that. Mine on the mac is located…

     

    /Applications/Utilities/Adobe Utilities - CS5/SDK/JavaScript Tools Guide CS5.pdf

     

    If not then get one from http://www.adobe.com/devnet/scripting.html

     
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    Feb 16, 2012 2:11 AM   in reply to Muppet Mark

    The JavaScript Tools Guide can also be accessed via the help in ExtendScript Toolkit

     
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