Rather than announcing even more code (I won’t give much support with this!), I want to inform my team’s editors about the script for Photoshop I just wrote.
What does it do? It’s not very magical right now: it grabs the script written in FoOlTransScript™, and cuts it into lotsa pieces. Then it puts them on top of the images. You can see an example of FoOlTransScript™ at the bottom of the page I linked.
Notice that our standard is wiki-compatible.
That’s pretty much everything. And, yes, it actually does half the typesetting job. Follow the readme in the link and you’ll be fine.
All the text is typeset in Anime Ace 2.0, Optical, 13px, #000000, center aligned. This is pretty much perfect for over 70% of the text we typeset at FoOls. If you want anything else before I add options to this, you should look after the first half of code. The font settings are there.
Remember to update it whenever you have to use it!
Team members can ask me concerning any script now (as long as it saves time).