Now, of course, you want to know how to make your own actions and presets. Well young grasshopper, here you go:
It’s a good idea to create a new set to hold your created actions separately from the default actions.
Give your new set a name that makes sense to you.
By default, your new set comes in on the bottom, but you can click and drag it up to the top.
Create a new action.
You can create a hotkey for this action by assigning a function key to it. The color helps you visually organize all your presets, so choose a color if you wish. Green is shown in Figure shown below.
You can assign a function key keyboard shortcut and a color code to your new action.
You have your action resize the image to half.
Go to Image > Adjustments > Desaturate, like you see inFigure below.
An action can have many different steps. I am making the image grayscale
To finish recording, just click the stop button
Now you have your new action listed in your new set. If you change to Button mode, you see that the button for your new action is the color that you selected. Check out Figure below for the color coding.
The color code you selected for your action only shows in Button mode, but this is a good way to organize your actions.
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