Trigger a Photoshop droplet as photos are taken!

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Trigger a Photoshop droplet as photos are taken!

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Watch your photo folder and then trigger a Photoshop droplet - live as you take each photo!

FileWatcher 3.3 released

What's New:
* Action, Network/Polling and Live Log now support Unicode filenames.
* Fixed bug when multiple filespecs (e.g. *.txt;*.doc) were used with the
Network/Polling option - any existing files would be processed correctly, but
any further files would not be processed at all.
* Removed automatic fixup of "%FILE%" - this is no longer needed or desirable.
* Better cleanup on exit when Actions are still running.

Here's how:

1. Open Notepad

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@echo off
C:\Users\My Name\Desktop\Tethered Ripping Droplet PNG.exe %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
move  %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9 "C:\Users\My Name\Desktop\Finished"
3. Save to desktop\run_droplet.bat

4. In FileWatcher the Command changes to:

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c:\users\My Name\desktop\run_droplet.bat
4. Parameters:

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