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Glyphs uses it's own elaborate glyph naming scheme, which is design to be more "human-readable" and is used to auto generate some OpenType features. For example: You can create stylistic sets by using the suffix .ss01 for the first set, .ss02 for the second set etc. You can create figure sets with the following suffixes: .tf for tabular lining, .tosf for ...


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Embed is one of the commands you can't execute with an action (perhaps someone else can explain specifically why, I'm not sure). You can do this with a really short script, here's an example of the code: #target Illustrator if ( app.documents.length > 0 ) { while ( app.activeDocument.placedItems.length > 0 ) { placedArt = ...


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(Illustrator) To play a set of actions, select the set name, and click the Play button in the Actions panel, or choose Play from the panel menu. To play an entire single action, select the action name, and click the Play button in the Actions panel, or choose Play from the panel menu. If you assigned a key combination to the action, press that combination ...


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Use Lightroom where you can specify: Dimensions Resize if larger Save JPEG quality Save max file size Will this work for your needs?


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InDesign indeed is not performing enough with such huge documents. Once that said, you can think of a script that will generate documents one record at a time. But given the extensive amount of documents to produce, you may consider PDF/VT solutions like DesignMerge from Meadows Publishing, XMPie from Xerox, SmartStream designer from HP or Callas PDFChip. ...


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XML won't allow native QRCode generation. I did use it in a recent workflow thanks to scripting on top of xml import. If you build dozens of such documents you may want to consider catalog assembly dedicated tools such as EasyCatalog. Those generally ease all the steps ;)


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I think you can use "Generate Assets" (Avaible in Photoshop CC) Visit Adobe Page



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