Photoshop CC 2015: Where did "Layer comps to files" "Layer comps to pdf" "Layers to Files" scripts move to?

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Hi there, how can I use my favorite script "layer comps to files" in photoshop 2015? It was disappeared :(
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Amir Davidy

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Adam Jerugim, Employee

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The script now lives under the Export menu.

File > Export > Layer Comps to Files

Sorry about the confusion.
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Amir Davidy

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Right! Thank you Adam :)
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Ivan Kvasau

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question.

in cc 2014 I've installed Script which exports layer comps WITHOUT any numbers..

now in CC 2015, I'm unable to replace adobe's script to mine...

But I don't need those dumb "000x" numbers in names of exported jpgs.

do you guys know how to fix this ?

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plus to this.

even if I placing old "Layer-comps-to-files(no numbers).jsx" to "Scripts" folder, Ps CC 2015 doesn't recognizes it.

so if i want to run my own script I should go to FIle->Scripts->Browse... sub menu every time.

and it's not hot-key mappable.

WTF Adobe did again ?

I don't want to rename all that files with zeros.
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Creagenic Cloudarius

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Hi Ivan, they actually made this easier than using the export script. All you have to do is select all the layers you want to export, right click, then choose the "Export As" button. You can then see all your layers trimmed and named, it even shows the pixel size of each. Choose your file format and bam - done.

Hope this helps, I also had a minor meltdown when I saw my edited script not working in 2015... ha.

-Keith
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Renee Grothe

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Ivan is talking about Layer Comps not Layers. I am with him, I need to figure out how to remove the numbers.
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Renee Grothe

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Ignatz Onair

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Graciaaaas!!
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Dandalo Gabrielli

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I would be nice if in this dialog box, we have the option to flat images, when chossing Tiff or PSD.
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Layer comps to files no longer adds numbers to the names if you uncheck the index box. Unfortunately, they have not added the same function in Layers to Files.
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Alex Krail

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does anyone know how to export layer comps in CC 2015 without the white border that the new program adds?
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untiground

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show us what you get exactly... I've never have any problem like this one.
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Alex Krail

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I actually just figured it out. The canvas size in cc2015 was larger than the art board where the layer comps were used (I didn't set up the original file but was tasked with creating the layer comps). I had to open the PSD in cc 2014 to fix the canvas size to the correct dimension (cc 2015 wasn't doing it right). Then I brought the file back into cc 2015 and problem solved. Thanks anyway.