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comment InDesign Data Merge with hyperlinks
Hi Nicole. You'd be better off asking this question on InDesign Secrets, or possibly the SuperUser site on StackExchange. On gd.se this falls under the heading of "Technical Support," and is considered off-topic. Sorry about that.
Apr
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comment automatically adding a sequence of characters
@calua Not everything is a built-in, one-click automated solution. For that to work, you need a script. On the other hand, if you just want to have the option to hide/reveal, make the variable Conditional Text.
Apr
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comment automatically adding a sequence of characters
Don't get me started. There's a ton of stuff in Framemaker that really, really should migrate to InDesign.
Apr
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comment Methods for improving color choice and combinations?
A point worth noting about complementaries in general is they "glare" when used against one another. Red/green is particularly vicious, because the eye can't focus on them simultaneously. (Ask your optometrist!)
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comment Methods for improving color choice and combinations?
A favorite technique, of mine, too, except I generally use Mosaic rather than Crystallize. Learned it from John McWade, years ago, and it's been a great tool.
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answered automatically adding a sequence of characters
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comment What 4c process blend best represents a yellow highlighter?
99% of the time you're emulating (not simulating) a highlight, and the precision isn't in any way out of place. Faux hand-drawn highlights always feel a little creepy, like someone thinks I'd actually believe they're real, especially when they're done over faux handwriting or faux typewriting. The point about overprinting is purely to prevent rasterizing the text, and applies regardless of rich black or 100% K. Nothing to stop you using a yellower rich black in the character style.
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answered What 4c process blend best represents a yellow highlighter?
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