Sunday, March 29, 2009
Using a batch sequence this script can scan an entire folder (including all sub-folders) and merge the files from it based on either their name or text (or any other criterion defined by the user) into new files. At the end a detailed report will be created.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Acrobat usually only allows you to make web-links out of text that starts with "http://" or that can be otherwise recognized as a hyperlink, but my script makes it possible to turn ANY piece of text (entered by the user) to a link to any website, either pre-determined or one created based on the text itself. So, for example, you can turn all the instances of the word "Google" to links to http://www.google.com, or all the instances of "Product 1" to links to http://www.mysite.com/product1, "Product 2" to http://www.mysite.com/product2, etc.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
This script will compare two Illustrator files and will produce a detailed report of the differences between them. It can also create a visual representation of said differences by hiding all the identical parts and revealing the different ones.
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This script will add (watermark) the names of all top/lowest-level bookmarks in a PDF onto the page(s) they are pointing to.
When you run the script, you can select whether to watermark just the first page, or all subsequent pages (until the next bookmark), as well as all the other settings for the watermark text, like its exact location, color, font used, etc.
New feature: You can now select whether to use the top-level bookmarks or the lowest-level bookmarks when running the script.
A free demo version of the tool, which will only process the first bookmark in the list, and does not contain the customized options below (it will add the text as a footer to each page), can now be downloaded from here.
The script will then proceed to process the entire file with the settings you selected.
For more information about this tool you can contact me directly.