Tue, 28 February 2012
InDesign Events; ID to EPUB scripts; Shortcut of the Week; Quizzler Update; Obscurity of the Week: Japanese Dots
Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-167.mp3 (15.9 MB, 28:51 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:
> Register for PePCon by March 2 for up to $200 off
> PePCon 2012 Event on LinkedIn; see which of your contacts are attending
> Diane Burns' Creating Digital Publications with InDesign, UC Berkeley
> Info and registration for our 2-day, single track InDesignSecretsLive! in NYC, June 12-13, 2012
> Forum discussion about Jongware's preptext.jsx script
> David's PowerStyles plug-in can also do what PerfectPrepText does (and more)
> Cari Janssen's article about TomaxxiLinkRename script
> Anne-Marie's post about TextExporter & exporting text from ID
> Japanese dots post by Cari
> Orthogonal paste (or "paste without formatting") post by David
Listeners: The mystery image is below. CLUE: The last character is Sonata, here's a character map
To enter this episode’s Quizzler: Send an email to email@example.com with the word QUIZZLER in the subject line and the correct answer to the puzzle (as described in the podcast). You have until February 29 2012 at midnight CDT to send in your answer, one per user! We will randomly choose a winner from the correct answer(s). Winner will be announced in the first podcast in February, and receives the prize: a copy of every single one of our eBooks!