Plugin for Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 and newer versions | Windows and Mac
Available in 10 languages.
Speed up your custom Photoshop workflow!
Create your own Photoshop panels: Tools, Menu Items, Actions, Brushes and scripts with drag & drop.
Menu items (over 700), tools, actions, brushes, tool presets and custom scripts via drag & drop.
Arrange, rename and highlight buttons and containers. Dockable everywhere.
Save a lot of time – No matter what purpose Photoshop is used for.
New in Version 1.1
Brush Presets, Tool Presets, Exporting/Importing Workspaces and more
New in Version 1.2
Brush Thumbnails and bugfixes
New in Version 1.4
Customize the appearance and bugfixes
New in Version 1.5
Tooltips and possibility to lock buttons
New in Version 1.6
Open up to 3 panels, hide specific areas
New in Version 1.7
Added tools and commands from CC 2019
New in Version 1.8
Translated into multiple languages
New in Version 1.9
Added tools and commands from Photoshop 2020
TRIAL VERSIONConfigurator Reloaded for Photoshop
Free Trial Version
(Alomst) fully functional
Saves no changes at panel restart
FULL VERSIONConfigurator Reloaded for Photoshop
Create your own Photoshop panels
Fast – Easy – Clear
Free future updates!
BUNDLE PS + IDConfigurator Reloaded for Photoshop and InDesign
Configurator Reloaded for Photoshop
Configurator Reloaded for InDesign
Free future updates!
"Simple, flexible and practical. The workspaces and containers allow me to combine all Photoshop functions, tools, actions and scripts for specific tasks in a tiny panel. Especially when working with my Wacom tablets, every function is just a click away and I don't need to reach for the keyboard. Recommendable!"
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FAQ / Instructions
Which version of Photoshop is required?
Configurator Reloaded runs under Photoshop CC 2015 and newer versions.
Older versions (CC 2014, CC, CS6 and older) are not supported.
Windows and Mac.
On new Macs with Apple Silicon chips (M1, M2), it is necessary to start Photoshop with Rosetta to run Configurator Reloaded. More here.
Which payment options are available?
- Credit Card
- Bank Wire Transfer
How do I receive the panel?
Once the purchase is complete, you will receive an email with a link to download Configurator Reloaded.
In which languages is the plugin available?
The panel is fully translated into the following languages:
- Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)
Depending on the Photoshop language, the corresponding language will be loaded. If you are using Photoshop in another language as listed above the default language of the panel UI is English. Menu Items (Free Transform, Gaussian Blur, etc.) will always be translated.
On how many computers am I allowed to use the panel?
You can install the panel on all computers, where the panel will be used by you.
If another person also wants to use the panel, a second license is required.
How do I install Configurator Reloaded?
Installation is quick and easy with native installers for Windows and Mac.
Which buttons can be added to the panel?
- All tools (Move Tool, Eyedropper Tool, Brush Tool, etc.)
- Commands behind the menu bar (File > New, Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask, Select > Color Range, etc.)
- Brush Presets (Thumbnails)
- Tool Presets
- Custom scripts
- Other helpful commands (Layer Blending Modes, Nik Collection, Topaz Labs, Merge Visible Layer to new Layer, etc.)
How to add new buttons?
- Click on the arrow icon at the bottom of the panel
- Choose the desired category
- Drag and drop the desired command into a container *
* Tools can only be added to Tools Containers * Brushes can only be added to Brushes Containers
How can containers/buttons be colored?
Right-click on the desired button or on the container name.
How can I change the order of buttons/containers?
With Drag & Drop.
How can new containers be added?
From the panel menu.
How can containers be collapsed/extended?
Click on the container name.
How can the text size and width of the buttons be adjusted?
In the panel menu under “Appearance”.
How can buttons be locked?
In the panel menu via “Lock buttons”. If this is activated, buttons within a container can no longer be dragged and dropped. This is to prevent accidental changes. With activated “Lock buttons” it is still possible to add new buttons from the SlideIn and to move buttons between different containers.
How can I rename buttons/containers?
With a right click on the container name or on the button.
What are workspaces and how can they be edited (create, rename, delete)?
Workspaces are displayed at the top of the panel in the drop-down list. When the panel is first started, this is the “Essentials” workspace. If a new workspace is created, it is empty and new buttons and containers can be added. Use the drop-down list to switch between workspaces. Workspaces can be created, renamed, or deleted from the control panel menu.
How can tooltips be activated/deactivated?
Via the panel menu under “Settings”.
How can other panels be opened?
- Via the Panel Menu
- The name of the panels can be changed (on the first call or later in the respective panel menu under “Rename Panel”). The name of the main panel cannot be renamed
- All settings (appearance, tooltips, etc.) work separately for each panel
How to add your own scripts?
From the panel menu.
The script file must be an ExtendScript file (extension .jsx).
The button is added in the first container of the currently selected workspace.
Can I export standalone panels?
The export of standalone panels is not possible.
However, it is possible to export workspaces. For the import it is necessary to have Configurator Reloaded.