Hi Glenn, yes I wrote the Layer Saver script.
I'm not sure what I can do to help, it seems as if you would require a custom script.
What menu option in Layer Saver are you using?
HI Paul. Firstly, thanks so much for Layer Saver! It really is invaluable...
I don't have Ps in front of me so I can't tell you the exact name, but I only ever use one option - which saves each layer sets as an image (without the background).
I notice that Layer Saver seems to create a new file for each image it saves, looping through all the groups. I suppose the first stage in my process would be to create a new loop above that - in that it would be creating a process for each size. I imagine the dialog would have a section for each icon size and type, so if I checked on iOS 32, iOS 48 and iOS 64 it would run through the layer saver process three times, creating a subfolder for each type.
It's important that the image is resized using Image Size before rasterisation. For some icons it's actually a 3 stage process (reduce canvas size, reduce image size, increase canvas size).
And then finally I also need to run an action on some of the resulting PNGs to apply a style to the black icon.
I've studied the code for your (and other) scripts and I have to say it's beyond me. If I was being cheeky (I am!) I would ask for this:
A version of Layer Saver with an extra section at the top called 'ouput subfolders' with two checkboxes in it (named something like 'type a' and 'type b'). If checked then Layer Saver would loop through the export saving all the images multiple times (once for each folder).
This would give me the chance to get going by renaming Type A to iOS32 for example and working on adding an Image Size = 32x32 into that part of the script. I could then gradually build up all my custom export modules, if that makes sense?
If you are interested in helping me out perhaps we could pick this up on email? I don't even know if this is just something you do in your spare time...
I've just found your amazing Picture Processor script Paul. This will help me through about half of my workflow. I'm still interested in talking about some custom work if you're up for it? Otherwise - many thanks!