AutoFlow Pro 1.0.4 update

Posted by: on: July 3rd, 2009 | No Comments

This is just a note that we’ve just updated the AutoFow Pro download to version 1.0.4.

This update fixes a few CS3 specific issues.

Please download the newest version from here.

Jump to Page in Book Script

Posted by: on: July 3rd, 2009 | 5 Comments

InDesign has a really nice shortcut for jumping to a specific page in a document: Control/Command J. Prior to CS3 it activated the page number input area at the bottom of the document window, but a lot of people missed that, so Adobe changed it to a dialog which pops up.

However, when working on book files, this command comes up a bit short. If you want to jump to a specific page which might be in a different file (which might not even be open), there’s no quick way to do it.

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Story Cloner Script

Posted by: on: June 25th, 2009 | 6 Comments

If you have used InDesign for any length of time, there was probably some time when you wished that you could just type in one place and have those changes carried over to other places in your file. You might want to create some kind of effect which requires text to be doubled up and you’d like to just be able to edit the text once instead of twice.

Well, we recognized this need, and came up with our FREE Story Cloner script. Read more

Script of the day – June 22, 2009

Posted by: on: June 22nd, 2009 | 3 Comments

Applying the correct master page has always been an annoying task. AutoFlow Pro offers some really cool ways of automating the application of master pages. Sometimes, though you just want to remove all master pages from pages without any content. If, for example you have master pages set up with page numbers and/or running headers with static content, you probably don’t want those text frames to appear on blank pages.
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AutoFlow Pro 1.0.3 update

Posted by: on: June 22nd, 2009 | No Comments

We’ve just updated AuotFlow Pro to version 1.0.3. In one of the recent versions, a bug crept in which was preventing Master Content Frames from being labeled.

Please download the new version here.

On a similar note: Windows users should be aware that there is a bug in some installations of Windows which prevents typing into the combo-boxes used to label Master Threads and Master Content Frames. We don’t know why it works okay on some installations of Windows, while on others it doesn’t. It’s one of those weird and mysterious things… 😉
This bug also shows itself in Running Headers.

The workaround for this bug is to download the combo-box fixer script and run it once. The script should permanently fix the combo-boxes for the computer on which it’s run.