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This Month in InDesign Articles, February 2018

It’s time for another round up of great InDesign articles from all around the Web. Enjoy!

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David Blatner

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  1. Hi, I can’t find any professional documentations about QR-codes with Data Merge in InDesign. A new client would do this with several hundreds different name. For me the problem is that it should be V-Cards. Can’t find even no docu about the Java Script “AddQRCode.jsx”. Does anyone have great references to share?

    Kind regards
    Paul

  2. Thank you for featuring two of my scripts in this month’s round-up.

    Just an update about the wall-planner script – I have figured out the issues that were holding the script back, and the script is now available from my downloads page. It’s a free script that I’m making available to the public. I will be releasing a paid pro-version with additional features, but at a later date.

    So far as the “preflight enforcer” script – there are a couple of reasons that I’ve made this “by request” but none of those reasons involve money – this is a free script. However, the script is a lot of work and before I invest too much time in its development, I wanted to see how much demand there was for a script like this. Ultimately, I’d like preflight to be a much larger feature of InDesign so that when exporting a PDF or printing a document, there’s a “traffic-light” style warning in the appropriate dialog, or at least treat preflight more seriously in a way that Circular Software’s Greenlight does.

    Not long until New Orleans now!

    • You wrote: ‘ I’d like preflight to be a much larger feature of InDesign so that when exporting a PDF or printing a document, there’s a “traffic-light” style warning in the appropriate dialog …’

      I searched on ‘preflight’ at indesign.uservoice.com; there were few results. I suspect that many people find preflight as currently implemented in ID overwhelming.

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