Tue, 6 September 2011
Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-156.mp3 (14.5 MB, 26:21 minutes)
See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. The transcript of this podcast will be posted soon.
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Formatting Tools plug-in from InTools (does Change Case magic)
> Using Configurator in InDesign to change case
> Is it Upper Case or is it All Caps? Big difference!
> Free script for Smart Title Case
> "Engaging Contextuality," great post about fonts with Contextual Alternates