Tue, 28 December 2010
Twitter for InDesign users; KBSC of the Week; New eBook; New speakers for the 2011 PeP Conf.; Obscurity of the Week: Row Separator
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Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-140.mp3 (18.7 MB, 33:57 minutes)
See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. The transcript of this podcast will be posted soon.
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>> Rorohiko has a number of cool plug-ins for InDesign users that slash the amount of time it takes to get something done. We love their handy (and free!) plug-in called "Like Finds Like." It lets you select an object, then tell InDesign to select all the other objects on that page or spread that share the same fill or stroke or frame type or width or ... you get the idea. Check it out! Meanwhile, you can support Rorohiko by buying one of their commercial plug-ins, such as the wonderful TextExporter ($19 US) that we talked about in the last episode ... it's the ideal add-on for anyone who needs to repurpose text from their layouts. You can still go to this special URL: http://www.rorohiko.com/indesignsecrets139.html in the Rorohiko.com store to get a "10 pack" of TextExporter for only $109 instead of $149.
Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Anne-Marie's Twitter & Facebook Marketing videos at Lynda.com
> The GraphicDesign Twitter list at Listorious
> Browse the Graphic-Designer list at Twibes
> Twitter user @Typography posts type-related info
> Blog post about 50 web designers to follow on Twitter
> Look for InDesign Tips on Twitter
> Learn more about Rufus Deuchler, Cari Jansen, and Russell Viers (new speakers at the Print & ePublishing Conference)
> Follow (or just read) @indesignsecrets on Twitter, and also our individual Twitter posts: @amarie, @dblatner, @idguy, @jmvrankin, @jamesfritz, @carijansen