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In this month’s Script Update News I’m covering recent updates to three of our popular scripts: Line Numbers (a golden oldie, but still going strong), Extract Pages (major update here), and Hyperlink Pro (a couple of great new features). Line...
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I just updated the HTML Import script. It is now much faster and more reliable, and should be successful with more websites. Initially, the script didn’t get much traction, but in the last few months I’ve noticed more people trying...
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Over on the Adobe InDesign Scripting Forum, Bob Levine asked: I have a client in need of a script to print every nth page in an InDesign book. The book could be more than 20,000 pages so manually entering page...
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In this post, I will show one way of forcing InDesign to avoid runts in paragraphs. First, though, let me clarify what I mean by runt. Runts A runt in a typographic context refers to a short last line of a paragraph. This...
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Italic-formatted text followed by roman (upright, regular) text can cause typographic problems: the leaning italic letters collide with the upright roman in front. Italic f is particularly problematic, especially as the last letter in a parenthetical comment (what if) where it...
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Many of the posts on this blog include fully-functional sample scripts. To use these sample scripts, you must copy–paste them into a text editor such as Notepad (not into a word processor!) and then save them with a .jsx extension. The...
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