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Chapter 15. Automating Your Work with Ac... > Changing the Order of Commands in an...

Changing the Order of Commands in an Action

When an action runs, it performs each command in the order that they appear in the action list. Since the order a filter or adjustment is applied to an image determine the final document, it's important to be able to adjust the order that the commands are executed. For example, if you create an action that contains a Curves adjustment followed by a Gaussian Blur Filter, and you move the Gaussian Blur filter above the Curves adjustment, it will totally change the look of the final image. Since the order of execution is important to the outcome of the image, the Actions palette gives you the ability to change the order in which commands are executed.


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