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Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 60 Posted
I'm a photographer using photoshop to blend multiple photos into one. There is a built in script to "Load files into a stack" I need something similar but that works using the History Pallette. 1 Currently I open up my images (appx. 10 but this will vary) 2 Arrange into Horizontal tiles 3 Click on the 2nd tile and drag the history state onto the 1st tiles history state. 4 I repeat this process for all the images 5 I then use the history states to paint and blend different areas (I find this easier and quicker for my work than using layers) So I need a script that when I press a keyboard shortcut I select the image files to open (the number of images will vary) and automatically "history stack" leaving the one image I can work on.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 25 Posted
I need to integrate the gifly api into an existing node app. Currently the application takes in data via a chat function and split something out. Enter ".g yolo" to search google for yolo and return the result. I want it to include ".gif yolo" to search for the gif and return it. The framework and structure is already built. All you need to do is integrate the gifly piece. Should be easy. You must know node.js.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 700 Posted
I need to get an Application that will allow me to post pictures to instagram and manage my instagram pages from my desktop/Laptop The critical protion if this is the Posting. I need it to have all of the functionality of the mobile app... Locations, Hashtags, and user tags. I am not sure if this is something that can be done but if it is i would like to get this rolling right away. I am willing to pay better for the best developers out there. Must be able to speak English and Be willing to communicate through skype. If you are the right person for the job please step on up i really need your help. thanks,

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 800 Posted
I currently use Filemaker 12 for my printing company, i have a very extensive CRM that controls many aspects of the company. A little while ago i had an elance developer install the plug in that pushes the info from filemaker into quickbooks, i need that done again for another version with a couple of changes. I will like to work on a fixed budget but I'm flexible. The principle of the plugin could be found here http://www.fmbooksconnector.com and if theres any other concern it could be discussed through here.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 150 Posted
I want to automate this repetitive task, and save it as a FCPX macro utility. 1. Export one of more selected video clips from a FCPX time-line with frames handles 2. Re-import exported clips back into same timeline replacing the original clips in timeline Please see ATTACHED PDF for details.

Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Good evening, I'm wondering if it's possible to do the following action shown in this screencast using applescript (we're on macs) or some other method: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gxd3tzid7sm8in0/automate-browser-clicks-etc.mov?dl=0 This is kind of hard set of steps to describe so I hope the screencast helps.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 50 Posted
I'm looking for someone to create an APPLE SCRIPT forwarding and change the subject of email title rule. I want it to run with Evernote and have specific emails filtered - forwarded in particular folders and tags.

Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 75 Posted
Looking for a developer to create a system that records personal data given within emails on Outlook for Mac and inserts it into an excel spreadsheet with relevant headers. Ideally, I would be able to choose a folder for the system to take the personal data from, and then define the lines that it should come from. For example "First line from bottom contains email" "Third line from bottom contains phone number".