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The best way to get rid of pdo threads in your Photoshop workflow is to use the excellent plugin pdo-dissolve. It can’t be beat for it’s ease of use and it’s incredible that it works from within a Photoshop plugin. I’ve been using it for years now and it’s helped me get rid of a ton of pdo threads.
Pdo threads are a form of a pdo-dump. A pdo-dump is a type of pdo-thread where you’re dumping each individual pdo on a new line. You can go even more extreme and dump all of the pdo on a single line. Pdo-dump is a powerful tool to delete a lot of pdo in Photoshop and save you a lot of time.
A pdo-dump is a pretty powerful thing, but it isn’t free. You’ll need to pay to download the entire plugin (it’s free) or ask a friend to download it for you, which is a pain in the butt. You can also get it for free in the Windows XP SP2/SP3/SP4/SP5/SPESP edition.
The pdo-dump is pretty simple to use, and the plugin is free for the Windows version. For the Mac, however, youll need to go to Adobe’s site and download the plugin.
Its pretty easy to dump a pdo thread. All you need to do is open a new document with the pdofile tool, and then use the file dialog to select the file. Choose the file type you want to dump, and click the OK button. After youve done this, youll be given a nice big window with all the pdo threads.
The way to dissolve a pdo thread is to drag and drop the thread from your documents folder to the pdo-dump plugin. In my case I dragged the thread from my Documents folder to the Documents folder, and then clicked the OK button. Then I dragged it back to the pdo-dump folder, and then clicked the OK button. I now have a list of all the pdo threads on my computer.
This is awesome! I actually used to dump my entire pdo database to that plugin so I could view it. I wish the pdofile plugin was more feature rich…
This is an awesome plugin. I don’t think I’ve ever had a pdo thread dumped to the plugin before! It’s also pretty neat that the plugin is available for both IE and Firefox, which is a huge plus.
I could tell you all of the plugins that do this, but I wont. Because you might want to read through the plugin documentation.