This script will convert text in a text frame from one type to another.
Don't you just hate it when you start typing in Illustrator without first creating a text frame, and then discover that your text gets deformed when you change the size of its frame? Now you can change this type of text to "regular" text!
This script will create a text or XML file with the text from all text frames of an illustration. The file can be edited and then imported back to the illustration.
There's also another version for this script, in which the full formatting information is included. The file can be edited (also in Trados) and then imported back to the illustration. Very useful for translation workflows.
This script will export all stories from an InDesign file to text files, which can then be edited (in a text editor or in Trados), and imported back into InDesign. Very useful for translation workflows and does not require conversion of the file to INX.
Did it ever happened to you that you were working on an illustration in Illustrator, a layout in InDesign or an image in Photoshop for a long time and had forgotten to save it, when all of the sudden the application crashed or the power went out? Didn't you wish then that any of these applications would have an Auto-Save feature?
This application will automatically save the open document every x minutes or seconds.
These scripts will create an independent TXT or PDF file with the summary of all comments in a PDF. Much more efficient than the built-in function of Acrobat. All values displayed can be selected and sorted as desired by the user.
The built-in Acrobat Comments window:
The built-in comments summary PDF for this document, which is 4 pages longs:
My comments summary PDF for this document, which is just 1 page long:
My comments summary TXT for this document:
For more information about this tool, you can contact me directly.
This script will create an independent TXT or PDF file with the summary of the entire bookmarks structure, properly indented and formatted according to the original structure.
It is also possible to add the page number to which each bookmark points to, creating a sort of Table Of Contents.
The source file:
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The result PDF:
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The result TXT:
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If you have any questions regarding this tool, you can contact me directly.
This script will create a sort-of "index" bookmarks hierarchy based on the folder structure selected, including working internal bookmarks from each individual PDF and an exact replication of the folder structure, complete with relative paths. Once the index is created it can be copied (using another custom-made script) to any PDF file.
The purpose of this blog is to display my own custom-made scripts for a variety of Adobe application: Acrobat, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and more.
All of these scripts are completely customizable and of course I will develop new scripts by demand and suit them to your own needs.
Also, I will use this blog to discuss issues related to scripting and to Adobe in general.
To contact me for more info about any of the scripts you can always email me at: email@example.com
I hope you will find this website useful and look forward to your feedback.
Hi! Welcome to my website, dedicated to the various custom-made tools I've created, mostly for working with PDF files.
My name is Gilad D., and I'm a software developer, specializing in creating the perfect solution for your needs, to make your work easier and more efficient. I do everything from small scripts in PDF forms, to dynamic stamps, to scripts that split files and extract their content, to entire stand-alone applications that can process hundreds of files...
Many of the tools available here can be purchased directly by using the "Buy Now" button at the top of the post. Unless otherwise mentioned, all tools are compatible with the current version of the application for which they were created, including at least 3 prior versions, and will run on both Windows and Mac computers!
In case of any doubts or questions, I can always be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org (I post in various forums under the nickname "try67").
I hope you find this website useful, and thank you for visiting it!