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Hello all and this is my first post. I thought it should have been a simple comment as I seem to be unable to find the specific code line to resolve this matter in a much more rapid fashion than resolved by built in scripts and previous posters solutions, however, since I am not having reputation 50+ yet I am unable to comment and must thus provide a ...


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I have just read this and I'm glad to tell you that yes, it is possible. I created a set of plugins to load, save and create vertex painting (also known as PolyPainting) in Cinema4D. You are able to load .OBJ files that include RGB information attached to their vertexes (as exported from zBrush, 3DCoat or meshlab) or load .FBX files (saved in ASCII/Text in ...


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InDesign creates Flash when saving "interactive PDF". There are some possibilities to do animations within PDF, without Flash. It requires a little bit of (Acrobat) JavaScript programming, and it has to be done in Acrobat. The methods used for the animations are setTimeOut() / clearTimeOut() and setInterval() / clearInterval() . setInterval() executes ...


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There is a manual solution that can help with the SWF-PDF problem mentioned by bemfesign. In order to get the SWFs to play in your PDF you have to export each individual page out as a single SWF and then place it back into InDesign. You should place them on their own SWF layer. After the SWF’s are placed back in the layout you just have to turn ...


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PDF is traditionally not a standard format for animations. The best you can do is save it as an "interactive" PDF (or whatever Adobe is calling it) and embed flash movies inside the PDF. And the way to do this is select the Adobe PDF (interactive) option from InDesign's Export options. When you move the PDF, include the animation file and keep the path ...


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I've faced the same problem: I use the CropMarks script that is one of the default InDesign scripts. I'd quickly create an empty frame to my finished crop size (full size), apply the crop marks, grab the lot and scale it down 10% and throw them on the master page. You could also duplicate the script and edit it to create crop marks that are already at 10% ...


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If you are saving as a native Photoshop file, Ensure the Layers options is checked in the save dialog window.


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The easiest solution is to export png in higher resolution and later resize images in Acdsee (using batching) or Photoshop (using actions). I am using this method constantly because many fonts has bad hinting instruction, which are causing x-height jumping (like in your sample). Another solution is to convert all text into outlines before exporting.


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Alright here we go: Check the export Tags Panel Then go ahead and Export HTML, then open the idGeneratedStyles.css file in your preferred editor: For the second part of your question one possible solution would be to make a Master Stylesheet using XML and import it into the different parts of your book. Though if you did the Master Stylesheet ...


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If you want to export only the icon layer (24x24) just drag the layer to the desktop.


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Gimp does not natively support export to SWF animations. However ther is a Python plugin which claims to be able to create a SWF Flash animation of PNG layers. This plugin makes use of the tool png2swf available through the SWFTOOLS collection of flash utilities. Linux users may get png2swf through their software repositories. For Windows users there are ...


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Hit A to create an Artboard, select the size (or set your own by clicking the + in the bottom right) and start exporting. No need to create extra layers.


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It turns out Multiexporter ignores artboards that haven't been named. Enter a name for each artboard, and they'll be included (that name will also be used for the filename). For example here, it's recognising each artboard that doesn't have the default name. If you create an artboard by alt-dragging an existing artboard, the copy will appear if the ...



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