- Download openbuttkiss.
- In terminal, cd to the plugin folder and run
- Follow one of the methods below to set up the plugin with a Photoshop Generator.
Place the plugin inside the Photoshop Plug-ins folder:
Applications/Adobe Photoshop CC/Plug-ins/Generator
Open Photoshop. Go to
Photoshop > Preferences > Plug-ins and check
Enable Generator. You may need to restart Photoshop for this to take effect.
Run the plugin from a locally cloned generator-core library. My workflow consists of having all my plugins inside the generator-core plugins folder.
In terminal, cd to
generator-core and run:
node app.js -f test/plugins/openbuttkiss
This app.js contains all the magic needed to run our plugin. The plugin location is specified at the end of the command.
After completing the above steps, openbuttkiss should now be available for use.
In Photoshop, select the plugin from the drop down menu to enable it:
File > Generate > openbuttkiss
Send an OSC message with an argument of 1 to
When a message is recieved by the plugin, two things will happen in Photoshop:
- The foreground and background colors swap.
- Photoshop is brought to the front of any other applications we have open.