Export

  • All Documents as JPG in (No shortcut)

    Exports all pages as JPG with the highest quality (100).
    The commands prompts you for a folder to export, and files are saved with the document’s name plus ‘pageX’ as the file names.
    It also changes the Optimize settings for all pages, because I hate the “GIF as default format” :)

  • All Pages as PNG 24 in (No shortcut)

    Exports all pages as flattened (non editable) PNG files with a 24 bits color depth.
    The commands prompts you for a folder to export, and files are saved with the page names as the file names.
    It also changes the Optimize settings for all pages, because I hate the “GIF as default format” :)

  • All Pages as PNG 24 with Prefix (No shortcut)

    Exactly as ‘All Pages as PNG 24′, but asks for a prefix to be added before each page’s name.
    This command is useful when you have a complex nomenclature for files, but don’t want to fill your Pages panel with it :)

  • All Pages as PNG 24 (CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + X)

    Exports all pages as flattened (non editable) PNG files with a 24 bits color depth.
    The files are saved in a folder named YYYYMMDDHHMMSS (i.e: 20091028170642) inside the current folder, with the page names as the file names.
    It also changes the Optimize settings for all pages, because I hate the “GIF as default format” :)

  • All Pages as PSD in (No shortcut)

    Exports all pages as PSD files. The command prompts you for a folder to export, and files are saved with the page names as the file names.

  • Current Page as PNG 24 in (No shortcut)

    Exports the current page as a flattened (non editable) PNG file with a 24 bits color depth. This command will ask you for the filename and folder location, and is specially built for @plumilla.

  • Current Page as PNG 24 (CTRL + SHIFT + X)

    Exports the current page as a flattened (non editable) PNG file with a 24 bits color depth. The file is saved in the same folder as the current file, with the page name added to the current file name. I.e: if your file is called CoolDesign.png, and the current page is called ‘Home’, the command creates a file named CoolDesign_Home.png

  • Slices as CSS Sprite (No shortcut)

    Exports the slices in the current document as a .css file. This way, you can use your PNG file as a sprite. This mostly useless in CS6, as the feature is included in this version, but it’s nice for earlier versions.