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Chapter 9. Interapplication Communicatio... > Application-Specific Exported Functi...

Application-Specific Exported Functions

Each Adobe Creative Suite 2 can provide application-specific functionality to all Creative Suite 2 scripts through a simple syntax. You can access exported functions in any Creative Suite 2 script by prefixing the function name with the namespace specifier for the target application (see “Namespace Specifiers” on page 256). For example, Photoshop CS2 exports the photomerge function, so a GoLive CS2 script can directly call photoshop.photomerge(files).

The only difference between Cross-DOM functions and the application-specific exported functions is that all applications expose the same set of Cross-DOM functions, whereas each application exposes its own set of application-specific functions. Each application determines the extent of its exported functionality. Some applications provide extensive support for exported functions, others less.


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