But, if you have bunch of links, you need to sort them first, select just embedded ones and then click Unembed Link from Links panel menu, or from context menu. But, it can be done much more easily with help of short script! Let’s see how!
Few days ago on Adobe’s InDesign Scripting forum I found question about duplicating all anchored and inline objects to another layer. It’s quite simple task, and all we have to do, is to get all page items, and check item parent. If parent is Character, then it’s anchored/inline object. So, let’s take a look!
I think that title already says everything about this post and I’ll try to be short. When you are exporting from InDesign GUI you have option to export just selected objects, but how to achieve this from script? This script is also published on Adobe’s InDesign scripting forum.
Few days ago, on Adobe’s InDesign scripting forum I found something very interesting. It was great little function for number conversion from Decimal to Roman numbers. But it wasn’t I enough so I tried to reverse functionality. Functions are converted to ‘prototypes’ for easier usage.
Few months ago on Adobe’s InDesign scripting forum question was asked about getting all font styles from selected font. I want to share my way for doing this. It involves two prototype Array functions, and nothing else. For this example I created small window for selecting font family. So, let’s get started.
Sometimes we want to have full day/month name instead of just numbers. Here is really short little snippet to achieve this result. This post also can be found on Adobe’s InDesign scripting forum.
Are you frustrated with lack of History palette in InDesign? Did you know that you can retrieve undo/redo commands from script? Yeah! That’s right! It’s really easy to achieve History palette functionality with some easy script. I created really simple dialog with two drop-down boxes and undo/redo buttons. Let’s first how to get list of undo/redo commands that we have available.