Wed, 20 April 2011
Newsbits; InDesign CS5.5; Moving custom settings; Obscurity of the Week: 6-up
Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-147.mp3 (15.4 MB, 27:27 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:
> Forum post about the new Share widget on the blog
> Enter HAH11 promo code to get $100 off registration to the HOW Design Conference in Chicago, June 22-27. (AM's 3-hour InDesign session is on Friday June 24. Here's the full schedule.)
> Chicago InDesign User Group page
> Please come to the 2011 Print & ePublishing Conference, May 23-25, Washington DC area (Twitter hashtag: #pepcon); we'd love to meet you!
> Adobe's official InDesign CS5.5 New Features page > The frame edge highlighting issue (which CS5.5 will solve for many users)
> Our post about the InDesign CS5.5 announcement
> AM's comprehensive Acrobat X Essentials video title at Lynda.com
> Moving custom settings from CS3 to CS4 blog post
> All about preferences and defaults in InDesign from Adobe online help
> Marijan"scripting whiz" Tompa's blog and scripts
> In-Tools' founder Harbs' excellent blog post about Backsaving in InDesign