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In the next, fourth, part of the video tutorials of the series “Adding a Script to the Menu”, we will write a script for converting a square into a rhombus (diamond shape) and add it into the corresponding menu of Adobe InDesign.
In the third part of a series of video tutorials on the topic of adding a script to the Adobe InDesign menu, we try to use the code from the previous video in the Creative Cloud versions and derive a universal way of adding the script to the menu for all versions and localizations.
In the second part of the series of video tutorials on the topic of adding scripts to the Adobe InDesign menus, we consider the easiest way to add a new element to the context menu of the program.
How can one create an InDesign menu item for running a script from the user Scripts Panel folder without editing the code of the script? The new video provides an example of the simplest solution to the problem. The video is available on the site, as well as on the YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5J9wk7swFHw
New to the site
The site "SCRIPTS for InDesign" now has the English version. The button to switch between the versions is located on the left from the top menu (or above the left section) and under the main section of the site.
An update of the "Interface for Typical Operations" script to the version 2.03 from 09.11.2018. The appearance of the interface is adapted to the peculiarities of displaying the elements of the User Interface (Script UI) in the CC versions. As always, the script details and the download link are on the script page.