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Speed Kills: advanced tips > KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR EVERY MOVE

KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR EVERY MOVE

If you'd like to keep a running record of every step, every tweak, every movement—virtually every little thing you've done to your image in Photoshop CS2—you can do just that. It's called History Logging. Basically, it keeps a running log (in the background) of all your History States, and it can save it to a text file that you can open and view later. To turn on this History Log, go under the Photoshop menu (PC: Edit menu), under Preferences, and choose General. At the bottom of the Preferences dialog, turn on the checkbox for History Log, then choose if you want the log items embedded into the file (metadata), written to a text file, or both.


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