The ScriptListener.8LI file should go straight in the Plug-Ins folder.
If you have both 64 and 32 bit versions installed, try both plugin folders.
I have found the 'ScriptListener.8li' in the Plug-ins\ScriptingUtilities folder, but don't know what to do with it - I can't edit it in notepad and save it as a .jsx script file.
Photoshop saves the scriptlistener logs to the desktop on both WindowsXP and Windows7. If you are not seeing the log on the desktop after your upgrade it is because the plugin is not installed. To install you copy 'ScriptListener.8li' from the utilities folder to the plugin folder. If you want the plugin to record in both the 32 and 64 bit versions you need to copy it to each folder. That is to say if it is in the 32bit plugin folder only nothing gets recorded in the 64bit version.
Thanks Michael. This worked.
@Echo Off :loop CLS rem Display Log File Size Dir "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" /T:W /4 | find "%ScriptingListenerJS.log" rem Display Log Attributes R read only Locked no R log is Unlocked Attrib "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" Rem If timeout is use the above display lines will refresh over time else you need to use enter or number CHOICE /C 123456 /N /T 300 /D 6 /M "Enter:1 to Lock, 2 to Unlock, 3 to Edit, 4 to Clear, 5 To Exit :" Echo %ERRORLEVEL% if %ERRORLEVEL%==6 goto timeout if %ERRORLEVEL%==1 goto one if %ERRORLEVEL%==2 goto two if %ERRORLEVEL%==3 goto three if %ERRORLEVEL%==4 goto four if %ERRORLEVEL%==5 goto five goto loop :timeout goto loop :one Attrib +R "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" goto loop :two Attrib -R "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" goto loop :three Rem inline command use CMD independate command use start CMD /C notepad "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" rem Start notepad "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" goto loop :four Rem If the script log file is unlocked not read only this echo will clear it Echo. > "%USERPROFILE%\Desktop\ScriptingListenerJS.log" goto loop :five EXIT
I have Windows 10 64 bit and Photoshop CS6. I cannot find the ScriptingListener.plugin for CS6 at Photoshop CC add-ons (plug-ins and extensions) . Do you have any ideas where it might be available from an authorized source?
I have these installed in CS6 through CC 2017 however the one I have install id CS2 is different
Thank you so much! Just the links I needed.
Sincerely, Suzan Ward