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Advanced Action script tutorials

ArtRage Action scripts are a simple way to record an event and be able to easily play it back into an existing document. For example you could record an Action to put your signature on a painting, or to add your business logo to a painting. When you play a recorded action script back, the recorded strokes are played back exactly how and where you recorded them. […]

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Exporting Paintings to iTunes

How to Export Paintings from ArtRage for iOS to iTunes Note: This guide referes to ArtRage 2.3 and later on iOS11. Earlier versions of ArtRage for iOS may look different. Part One: Export Your Painting You can export your paintings both individually and in groups from ArtRage for iOS as PNG, JPEG, Script and PTG […]

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3D Touch Pressure Sensitivity

3D Touch Support in ArtRage for iOS ArtRage for iOS app fully supports 3D Touch on iPhones. This allows you to draw pressure sensitive strokes naturally using touch input without a stylus. Getting Started As long as you have a device that supports 3D Touch (iPhone 6s and later) then pressure sensitivity is automatically supported […]

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Example Script Code

Sample Script File Code A script file includes several standard blocks of data that require little coding knowledge to understand. It will often be very long as there will be many lines for every stroke, but it is also possible to delete entire sections or edit individual lines. A standard recorded script will contain the […]

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Bump Blend Modes

What are the Bump Blend Modes? ArtRage allows you to change the Bump Blend Mode as well as the Layer Blend Mode. ArtRage’s paint uses ‘bump’ channels to create depth, and you can use the bump blend modes to control how your layer textures interact. Different strokes have different paint depth and normally, painting over […]

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ArtRage Scripting Guide

Advanced Scripting Guide Download the ArtRage Script Programmer’s Guide [PDF] The Script Programmer’s Guide is a reference document for programmers who want to write scripts using the ArtRage Scripting Language. The guide assumes a basic knowledge of programming, using variables, declaring and calling functions. ArtRage Scripts are text files that store data in a human […]

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Script Annotations

Adding Notes, Tips, and Spotlights to Scripts Script Annotations Annotations allow you to present additional information to someone during Script playback. While the script is being recorded you can add three types of Annotation depending on the kind of information you want to present: Notes, Tips, and Spotlights. Notes are messages that appear and interrupt […]

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Script Editing

Editing or Coding Custom Scripts Script Files ArtRage scripts are simple Unicode UTF16 text files which can be edited using Notepad, Notepad+++, TextEdit, or any similar program. For ArtRage to be able to read the script file, the file extension must be ‘.arscript’. You can manually rename the extension if you accidentally saved a script […]

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Script Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Common Script Problems Simple recorded painting scripts are usually quite reliable, especially in the latest edition, but you may run into issues during playback. This guide covers scripts recorded normally in ArtRage. We cannot offer in depth support for custom scripts, but we recommend reading the Programmer’s Guide or posting in the Scripting Support […]

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Scripts

What Are Scripts? ArtRage scripts are recordings that can be played back in the desktop editions of ArtRage. Scripts allow you to record an entire painting process and play it back later, or create simple recorded actions. ArtRage allows script recording or playback in most editions for desktop and mobile. A script records every action […]

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