If you want to enter more detailed information about the script, click the Description button. Another dialog box will pop up where you can enter notes for Author, Copyright, and Description. You don’t need to worry about this so much if you only plan to use the script for your own personal projects. However, if you plan to share the script with others, it’s a good idea to fill this information out as completely as possible.
Additionally, there are three options that you can choose for the script you are saving at the bottom of the Save As dialog box:
Save Materials – Check this box if you want to use the same Materials Palette settings for future edits as you did for editing this particular photograph. If your script doesn’t contain any actions by a tool used in conjunction with a material, it doesn’t matter if you select this option or not.
Remove Undone Commands – During the script recording, if you made a mistake and used the Undo command to delete an action, you can select this command to remove those actions from the script. This is helpful to make sure that the script is as efficient as possible. However, if part of your script intentionally included an Undo command, make sure this box is unchecked.
Save Dialog Positions – If you select this option, interactive dialog boxes associated with script commands will be displayed in their recorded position during the script’s execution.
Step 4: Once you’ve made all of your choices from Step 3, click the Save button to save the script.