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landscape architecture student and amateur graphic designer


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Nov
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answered Software/library to create artistic plan view of a floorplan
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comment Software/library to create artistic plan view of a floorplan
i never knew homestyler existed! this is going to be amazing for future school projects
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comment How to put a 'gap' between pages in a spread in Indesign
This. is. awesome. thankyou!!
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accepted How to put a 'gap' between pages in a spread in Indesign
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comment How to put a 'gap' between pages in a spread in Indesign
Oh that might work, cheers
Jun
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comment How to put a 'gap' between pages in a spread in Indesign
Cheers Alan, I hoped to have objects spanning multiple pages so unlikely multiple documents will work. another work-around could be a single 'page' that is 4 panels wide + the gaps between and then use gutters. I just hoped there might be a more elegant method.
Jun
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revised font-identification wiki excerpt
Promoted a solution directly in the excerpt
Jun
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comment How to put 4 pages next to each other in Indesign
Thanks Alan, worked well, then i realised i would really love a 50mm gap between the sheets since they won't actually touch when they get pinned up. Posted a new question: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/2496/…
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asked How to put a 'gap' between pages in a spread in Indesign
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comment How to put 4 pages next to each other in Indesign
this is great! i saw that 'allow pages to shuffle' i thought i want it ON to do what i wanted to do, i never guessed i would actually want it OFF.
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accepted How to put 4 pages next to each other in Indesign
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