Bill's Double Photoshop Frames Action
Action created by Bill Richardson (subscriber contributor) © All rights reserved.

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Bill's Double Photoshop Frames Action
Action created by Bill Richardson © All rights reserved.

Download & Installation Instructions: If this is an upgrade to an earlier version of the Frames Action, delete the old action version from the Adobe Photoshop action menu. The dframes.atn file must be placed in the Presets/Photoshop Actions folder that is located in the Photoshop program folder. Click on Photoshop Help ---> Search ---> and enter "action" for the searched word. The Adobe Photoshop section entitled "Saving and Loading Actions" explains the exact location and procedure for the action file depending on the type of operating system you are using.
 
If you have never used a Bill's Action for Adobe Photoshop Frames, download Bill's Original Frames Action to understand all the options and creative elements in designing a frame. Once you understand the basic concepts, you will be able to use all Bill's Frames actions.
 
In the Adobe Photoshop Action Window, click on the little circular arrow located in the top right hand corner of the window. Select Load Actions and then select the file dframes.atn. The new action will only be displayed if you copied the dframes.atn action file into the correct directory.
 
Please DO NOT send any email questions to Outdoor Eyes regarding the installation or use of the Frames Action. Thank you.



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