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*Not really an answer to the question but interesting in this context: I was wondering if @Billy Kerr could be right and highly compressed images wont be re-saved and compressed further. Would have surprised me if that would have been the case. But the result is even more surprising than this. Just tried: Left before upload: 1080x1080px img compressed at ...


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You literally need to deal with it, as it is, and there's some guidance on this, here: https://www.adobe.com/express/discover/sizes/instagram. Instagram and pretty much every social media app, will process photos & videos based on whatever sizing/cropping/compression/etc rules they've built into the app at that particular moment. Not just your photos, ...


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yes, you can loop through all open documents through scripting. Below is an example of this. https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/change-scripts-to-run-through-multiple-documents-in-a-book-rather-than-just-the-open-document/td-p/5702124 But considering that with the "find/replace font" tool a change in one document takes about 5 seconds you ...


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I’m possibly biased since I’ve used it so much, but in my experience, IndexMatic is by far the best tool for creating indexes in InDesign. It’s true that there’s no built-in way to separate out forms by letter, but it’s not too difficult to achieve either. For one thing, you can add the letters manually – there aren’t that many of them, and if you only do it ...


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The thing is you cant actually stop someone for stealing works from a PDF file. All safeguards save full file encryption is possible to overcome easily at current time. Simply, this is why copyright exists in first place. See the problem is if you want to show somebody something in a PDF reader, then that reader needs to be able to open said resource. Now ...


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Don't think this is possible. (Apart from the method you mentioned that is locking both text and images). But in this case you can draw these diagrams as vectors, which should solve this issue. If text of diagrams should remain non-copiable you would need to outline it. (But with many diagrams that might be too time consuming...) Also about your other ...


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h1 SPACER h2 SPACER p SPACER h2 SPACER p If all this is part of the same text box, then use paragraph spacing with identical 'Space After' value for all styles (h1, h2, p) as mentioned by Julian. This should be the more efficint way. The less efficient way, but I believe this is what you're trying to do here.. if you're planning to have separate text boxes ...


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Not sure if I understand your question correctly. But is sounds like you need to use "Paragraph Spacing" for this. You can set this in the paragraph panel, the top bar or double-click on the paragraph style. Best way is through paragraph styles, as that allows to change all spacings together and makes sure they are all the same.


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Okay looks like I had copied the same box a bunch of time that had an extra line break with no text on it. Ooops.


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Here is a script that: Prompts you for a destination folder. Creates a new text file with the same name as the active document. Writes the name of each layer in the active document to the text file. Saves the text file and closes it. Each line in the script is commented. // Open dialog to select path for text file var textFilePath = Folder.selectDialog(&...


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As far as I know there is no completely straightforward way to do this. Some tricks are needed. I have two different suggestions. Each with their own pros and cons. Use Paragraph Rules This is an approach where you use a Paragraph Rule Above to create the wanted line and a Paragraph Rule Below to hide the part of the rule that's under the text. Pro: This can ...


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The issue is that you need to make sure you need to export as 'Spreads' not 'Pages'. See image below for how to adjust the export settings.


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I do not have Indesign right now, but as I recall, one option is to turn the image into Grayscale, which will use only the K channel on the output. I can be wrong though.


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I know this is a few years old, but this might be helpful for someone else... .fauxitalic { display: inline-block; transform: skewx(-11deg); } Here's a fiddle: https://jsfiddle.net/rc9se1yd/


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