VOLT references glyphs by an associated Glyph Name, which can be found in the 'Edit Glyphs' window as seen previously. Now that we know which glyphs to work with, we return to the editing window for the 'ligatures' lookup. To add more ligatures to the same lookup, you add additional rows by hitting ENTER after the current row. When you are done adding ligatures, close the 'ligatures' lookup-editing window and return to the main VOLT window.
But before InDesign CS4, the interface for creating buttons was, to put it politely, sadly lacking.
Even easier, you can pick pre-made buttons from a Sample Button library, and modify them to your taste. When you create a new button, the Buttons panel opens automatically, and the button is named Button x, where x is a number. The [Normal] state (the appearance of a button without clicking on it or rolling over it) is selected by default.
The On Release (Mouse Up) event is selected by default, or you can choose On Click (Mouse Down), On Rollover (Mouse Enter), On Roll Off (Mouse Exit), On Focus or On Blur events. In my next posting, I'll give some tips and tricks for creating buttons for PDF files successfully, and I'll show you how to create the PDF equivalent of a Go to Page command. If you have too many pages in your document (or too many buttons), Acrobat will interpret these as being Form Fields and the end-user will get an annoying message confusingly requesting that they fill out a form. I wish hyperlinks could have rollover states like buttons, so you could link to some inline text and have it change color when you rolled over it. I’ve created a simple 4 page indesign document using buttons from the library to navigate the pages, when i export this as a swf file the interactivity include buttons check box is greyed out? I googled and found out adding text is as simple as clicking the text tool on a button, but then there’s no longer a vertical alignment option. Roger, there must be a menu somewhere that defines the target window that the new URL will open in. I just picked up a copy of CS4’s master collection and I am very interested in learning more about SWF. This is so frustrating, I made a button with a URL action and it simply doesn’t work, nothing happens when you click on it. I don’t think there is any way to specify the target, or fix it in an exported file (PDF, SWF, etc) which does, as you say, really suck.
I did find a way to access the sample buttons menu through messing with the workspaces (don’t let me get started with the workspaces!
It can only navigate around in the same window if I use commands in the internal documents such as go to page xx etc.
Is there some way to have the contextual menu item for "edit original" defined by a preference? Select the image in your InDesign layout, which automatically highlights its link to the original the Links panel, and choose Reveal in Bridge from the Links panel fly-out menu.
Your computer starts up the Bridge program if it's not already running, brings the Bridge window to the front, navigates to the folder on your hard drive or server that contains the original image, and highlights its thumbnail preview in Bridge's Content panel.
If you're going to do this a lot, you might want to assign a custom keyboard shortcut to InDesign's Reveal in Bridge command. Now all you have to do, Ira, is select the image, then press two keyboard shortcuts (Reveal in Bridge, and after Bridge comes to the front, Open) to get your alternative Edit Original working.
Bernard, the tip is for when you want to override the Windows (or Mac) default file association on a temporary basis — only when using Edit Original, in this example.
Josh, jpegs ALWAYS have compression, lossy compression at that, that is the purpose of the file format. At work we have moved to psd files for the most part for use with ID and have seen no reason not to do this. I just Option-Double click a placed image, which is ocassionally a JPEG that is used just for a temporary FPO. I always end up saving the JPEG files back out as EPS or .ps before making final PDF or Packaging for output. When you save with Maximum quality it’s quite rare to be able to see artifacts in print. However, I still maintain the rule that if you are going to be opening and possibly further editing an image, then JPEG is a bad idea. When it started that Distiller could compress images using JPEG we made some tests with some printers (who thought that JPG was evil) if they could detect which printed samples where compressed with ZIP, JPG max or JPG high.
It may of course be that this result was due to the choice of image but we didn’t *try* to pick special images. Jpegging once with high quality is OK for practically all photos as far as I’m concerned.
Gerald, my reason for not using JPEG’s in a layout is quite simply that if you make any changes (ie. What I’d love to know how to do is replace links with the same name but different extensions (jpgs with psd files) for those times when someone else does the photoediting. You can replace one file with another by clicking the Relink button in the Links palette (or choosing Relink from the palette menu). David, about replacing the links, I meant replacing 30 or so with different extensions without having to do it one by one.
Thanks David and Jerome, I may have to investigate another solution with scripts and the imageswapper the next time it comes up.
I use Bridge, first to check the jpgs for quality and size and then to batch process convert jpg files to psd, at the correct resolution I want, then use those in my ID magazine layout.
Oh, and jpegs without compression are completely fine, why else would so many image libraries use them? The questioner does not want to change the default file association for their images in the OS. There are still many of us who have computers which take a few seconds to boot up photoshop.
Reveal in Bridge work just fine to open JPG images that are not preset associated from Windows. As for the JPG format, JPG really isn’t a press format, it is a compression structure meant to work onscreen and for web use. Basically if I’ve gotten the image as a jpg so the damage is already done, so opening and saving as a tiff won’t improve the image, will it? I used to be an extremist with quark, where I would batch process a lot of jpgs and convert to CMYK, make them 300 dpi and save as .tiff.
But those days of waiting for the images to churn out of photoshop are behind me, as I have success with jpegs. When I do really high-end art catalog’s or something similar (175 lpi), I’m not sure if the LPI would make a difference, but no harm in being careful, so would the LPI make a difference?

I thought CS4 provided customization for file type associations, but I don’t see it anywhere in the Preferences menu. Double clicking in an explorer window will open the image using the action that is set as DEFAULT. Teacup Software used to have a plug-in that let you swap out high res and low res images like this (and it was very clever in how it matched the scaling and other transformations), but it appears it’s not available on their site now. What fun to get the correct spacing for this particularly French punctuation in a reflowable eBook! PagetoScreen - Want to be part of a collaborative authored project?  Penguin is asking for you. Here we see the example of the first footnote in the chapter and the reference number in the text. Notes: Attention to detail - for PrintFootnotesThese need to be separated from the main body of the text, and are best set with a smaller size and possibly event a different typeface and colour. Markzware PDF2DTP ti offre un modo rapido, semplice e conveniente per convertire i PDF in un formato modificabile. Il conversione dei dati e abilitato con un solo clic selezionando PDF2DTP -> Converti in InDesign.
Per comprare il tuo plugin di InDesign per modificare PDF, si prega di visitare il PDF2DTP. Vedi altro documento Strumenti di conversione per i professionisti creativi sul Markzware Prodotti pagina. VOLT will then recognize the command and label it 'Standard Ligatures' (see graphic below). You had to figure out how to use the Button tool and the States panel, neither of which had a very intuitive interface. You can create an alternative state ([Rollover] or [Click] by simply clicking on one of the states below.
You can probably figure out the first four of these events, but what is "focus" and "blur"?
The popup menu reveals the same set of actions as in previous InDesign versions (for example, Next Page or Previous Page).
He has worked in the graphic arts industry for more than 20 years and was the training manager for ten years at Rapid Lasergraphics.
I have an 84-page catalog (including the 4 cover pages) to which I added a previous page and next page button on each page. Or you can create the text in a separate frame, copy (or cut) the frame and then paste it into the button. What I can’t figure out is when I create an external URL link as a button my Indesign created SWF insists on opening a new page instead of targeting the current browser window. You should be able to define it as a new window, same window, same frame, different frame, etc, etc, etc… then again, this goes back to my early web days!
As a graphic designer, InDesign is one of my best friends and going that one step further and integrating flash elements (which is why I bought the master collection) seems like an exciting journey, full of new possibilities, for me!
Anyone know how to tell the button to open the url in the “same window” instead of popping up a new one each time? A huge flaw only shows up when the job is a big one (and so more troublesome and a more important client) – seems to proclaim the designer is a dufus instead of showing off the interactivity navigation that everyone deserves, wants, and expects! I’d like to have several swf movies as hyperlinks to link to an index to cut down on download time. Currently choosing edit original uses my OSX pref, which opens jpgs in Preview -- within ID I want the jpg opened in PhotoShop. While InDesign itself doesn't let you override your OS's (operating system's) defaults, the free Adobe Bridge does; and it's easy to jump to your image's location in Bridge directly from InDesign and then open it from there.
If you have Bridge running in compact or ultra-compact window mode so it appears like a floating palette in InDesign, the Reveal in Bridge command jumps to the thumbnail in the little palette. By the way, until you edit these, all the associations here are the same as your OS's settings.
Sounds like a great feature request for InDesign CS4 -- but in the meantime, this little two-step does the trick. Through her cross-media design studio, Seneca Design & Training, Anne-Marie develops ebooks and trains and consults with companies who want to master the tools and workflows of digital publishing. See the Side Note at the beginning of the article, where you’ll also find a link to an earlier post on how to change the default file associations in Windows and Mac. You may not be able to notice it buy every time you open and save a jpeg you loose quality and add jpg artifacts. It is a much more versatile format that ID works well with and saves us from having to have a layered and flat version of the same file.
I can understand why designers may use them initially to save time and then convert them all later. I usually changed them over to to PSD files (changing the dpi to 300 without resampling in Photoshop).
Over 99 per cent of them maximum quality jpegs from camera to pdf, _no_ quality issues from jpegs. It should be possible to grab a list of the links and replace the path with a new one then update the image. In order for images in InDesign or quark, or word or dreamweaver to open in photoshop you have to change the preferences.
Photoshop is not practical to preview a serie of images (neither is it meant to be) so Windows will most probably be associated with IrfanView or the like, for most users. So the real question is,why can they be CMYK saved if they are not meant for “printability”? I used to run the Action Batch and go off and make some tea (especially true with school year books (500 pages of images).
If you select to change the setting so that jpgs open in Photoshop through the OS , then it will open in Photoshop through InDesign.
In IND CC, it unnecessary to go to Bridge as the Edit Image palette menu gives you several options. We use many images in presentation packets and generally use psd files in the inDesign document to make editing quick and easy. You see that the text alignment (left or right), is automatic depending on recto or verso achieved by the paragraph style using Towards the Spine.
The idea of any notes is that it is supplementary information and it is entirely optional that the reader even bothers to look, so setting in a style that does not distract from the flow of the reading experience is important.Footnotes are best numbered with an outdented figure, although (for technical reasons) the numbers are most often aligned to the main text block. Gli utenti possono modificare in un ambiente familiare flessibile per la progettazione grafica. Prendi software di conversione dati per convertire i PDF in INDDper Adobe Creative Suite e Creative Cloud flussi di lavoro! Now that I spend more time reading documents as PDF files or online, I use them more than ever.

I always got confused when I was editing the appearance of additional states like a rollover. On Focus event is when the button is selected, either with a click or press of the Tab key.
When making the buttons on the Master Page they look fine but when we export to SWF I get a message “overset text on Master Page”, we go back to Master Page but no overset text!
I’ve changed on the desktop, via Get Info, to open all jpegs in Photoshop, not preview. It makes much more sense associating jpegs to open in an image viewer like Irfanview in your OS. All you have to do then in the OS (explorer or finder) is right click on the image (cmd click on one button mouse and Mac) and select PREVIEW from the contextual menu. Robert Bringhurst doesn't need to bother with those little superscript numbers because the supplementary information is very much nearby for the reader.Still, tradition dictates that in some books, there are footnotes and some there are endnotes (either at the end of the chapter or the end of the book). Questo Adobe Plugin di InDesign consente di modificare i file PDF in InDesign CC, indipendentemente dal tipo di software di grafica utilizzato per creare il file PDF. PDF2DTP ti da una grande testa-start a ottenere il layout di pagina da PDF a InDesign per le arti grafiche. InDesign has been the premiere way of creating interactive PDFs, and, beginning in InDesign CS4, creating SWF files, and buttons can be used in both of these. To create actions, I had to remember to select Button Options from the panel, then know that I had to click on the Behaviors tab, to access the hidden-away actions. It's much easier to edit artwork (for example, adding an effect like an inner glow to a rollover) because buttons now behave more like groups than frames.
That makes it easy to select that URL again for another button without having to manually type it.
Many people have tried to discover the trigger and solve the problem – though not Adobe apparently! We increase the size of the text frame, just in case and it happens again…missing rollover state.
What was so frustrating is that the Preflight panel didn’t pick up on the overset text so I could be aware of it and fix it in advance.
Why not select them in the finder, multiple get info them and change their opening app to Photoshop. Option Double click is so routine, I can’t imagine using contextual menus or anything else.
In CS3, you can replace all instances of a single image with another image (for example, if you used logo.jpg 30 times in the same document). Does any know if there’s a way, or plug-in that will replace the images in the document with jpgs, but keep the psd files linked in the packaged inDesign document so changes can still be made to the images? Most publishers will favour the numbers to begin again for each chapter, otherwise the numbers could get unweildy (superscript numbers of more than two digits could look ugly). I'll cover how to create a text anchor for an interactive PDF, which creates a named destination, in my next posting. There you'll see the same list of URLs (now combined with other destinations like text anchors). The button sort of serves like a container for each of the two states – both of which can be sized and formatted independently. If my rollover button state was selected (the one with the with overset text), then the Preflight panel would flag it. Let's face it, book design and usability does not often win-out over commercial considerations.
I find that it's now easy to edit the component artwork for a state by using the Select Content and Select Container commands on the Control panel or on the Object > Select submenu. Then select a URL destination from the list and click the Delete button, or mass delete all your destinations with the Delete All command. Otherwise, I had to wait until I tried to export the PDF in order to see if there was an error. Then, when you go to create the final pdf document, InDesign would use the high quality psd file that is linked to the image. Where footnotes are long, they can be split across more than one page, although this will compromise the usability somewhat.EndnotesNotes are often placed at the end of the chapter or even at the end of the book (before the index).
The button "group" itself (left below) has no attributes, but artwork within the "group" can be edited (for example, the text frame, right).
If you change font size in a button, you have to do it to both states of every single button, and then be sure to Fit Frame to Content for both states. Lots of space for the text to breath.How I dislike some books that give me less than a centimetre of margin. This approach means that the reader will need to 'hunt down' the note referred to in the text.
You could edit the text, move its frame, change its color or transparency, or whatever you like. This usually means that the endnotes will be sectioned by chapter or section.The advantage of endnotes is that the page composition in the vertical plane is not compromised for the sake of the note space.
Ridiculous as this seems, we have seen books with footnotes that take more page space than the main text itself!Sidenotes (sometimes called Margin Notes)Clearly the page layout needs to provide the space in the margins for this to be an option.
In this we can set the way the references are displayed in the text (superscript etc), and how the footnotes appear at the bottom of the page. We need a paragraph style set up for the display of the footnotes themeselves and we can (optionally), use a character style for the reference figure in the text.As you can see from the first example spread the footnote list figure is aligned to the left edge of the text box.
You will often see this in the books on your shelves, however, a more attractive arrangement is to 'outdent' these listed figures so that the footnotes are are aligned to the text and the figures are offset from this text box.InDesign does not provide the means to set footnotes outside the text box, so we need to plan for this by indenting all of the text inside the text box by an amount that we then remove from the left margins. You will see from the image provided here that we are using guides to make sure that these items align. The one that I use here is called 'convert footnotes to (dynamic) endnotes' – meaning that the numbering will change if further notes are added.As always when using scripts to change content, save your work first!
Scripts will often run through a long sequence of actions; you can always use 'revert' (from the file menu), to get back to the previous. You will see from the image here that the endnotes have their own page(s) with a heading that matches other heading styles. Using these we can control the width and position as the footnotes are converted to side notes.

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