How To Create Custom Panels With Adobe Configurator 3.1
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In this tutorial, I will show you how to create custom panels for Photoshop CS6 without doing any coding.
We’ll use Adobe Configurator 3.1, which is a utility that enables you to create custom panels with an easy-to-use drag and drop tools. You can then export the results for use in Photoshop or InDesign.
Learning how to use this tool could potentially save you a lot of time and increase your productivity.
If you have a question or a comment, leave it below!
In This Tutorial, You Will Learn How To:
00:29 – Download Adobe Configurator 3.1.
00:58 – Create a panel in Adobe Configurator 3.1.
01:40 – Add tools to your panel.
03:13 – Export panels into Photoshop.
04:04 – Use the panel you just created.
Very quick customization set up… nice
Great tip man. This will be a nice time saver! Thanks
Glad it helps!
Thanks for watching Ludde!
I seem to have a problem.
After I make my custom panel, I can’t seem to find it in my Windows/Extensions menu in Ps.
Never mind, it worked when I put the folder containing my panel inside the “Panels” folder.
Thanks. This are a great tut. Now I’ll go try this ;0)
There is no Panels folder in PS CC. If I make one it still does not show in Extensions. Any ideas?
There ARE no Panels folder in PS CC. If I make one it still does not show in Extensions. Any ideas?
There is no Panels folder in PS CC.