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This action was made for Ian Wilmoth and the rest of us in the Highend community.
It simply takes your layered Photoshop 7 .psd file, with corresponding alpha channels, and makes a new RGBA file, complete with it's alpha, out of ANY selected RGB layer.
You can save as: Targa, Maya iff, tiff, bmp, PSpdf, pict, pct, or pxr (pixar)
UPDATE: Thanks to an update from Bryan Pritchard email@example.com - Targas work!
Just write-over your PS7 targa reader with the one from PS6, and targas will work now!
NOT been tested on Mac PS7, but it "should" work:)