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chemin de fer sur indesign ?

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Sep 08, 2021 Sep 08, 2021

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Bonjour à tous. est-il possible de créer un chemin de fer (gestion de pages) dans indesign ? ou existe t'il un plugin ? Merci pour vos reponse.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 08, 2021 Sep 08, 2021

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Bonjour,

 

Directement dans InDesign, ça dépend du niveau de précision du CdF que tu veux obtenir. On peut jouer avec des séries de blocs ancrés qui se décalent au fur et à mesure de l'insertion de pages, mais ça reste de la bidouille.

Sinon, je te conseille de regarder le tuto (payant) de Jean-Loup Fusz qui explique comment en réaliser un avec Google Sheets : https://fr.tuto.com/google-drive/creer-son-outil-de-suivi-de-chemin-de-fer,126561.html

 

Je viens de découvrir ce lien : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNtypf3phvg

Je n'ai pas regardé les prix, mais il existe, entre autres ceci : https://issuu.com/collaborate ou encore cela : https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/13014022/adobe-indesign-plugin-dataplan

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Sep 08, 2021 Sep 08, 2021

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Hi,

 

You can do a flatplan (chemin de fer) with InDesign either with miniatures or a schematic one (I append images of both).

miniaturesminiaturesorganizative (signatures)organizative (signatures)
Full one with InD docs embeddedFull one with InD docs embedded

 

However, in March 2020 the whole team of the magazine I work for were forced to work from home (guess why) and aside from using Slack and a VPN connection to our servers we managed to make our deadlines thanks to a website that offers a flatplan service called Blinkplan that made our life so much simpler and easier that I recommend it very heartily: https://www.blinkplan.com/ (I have no other relation with them but our clientship and there are some other similar sites).

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We don't you give it a try (I think they have like two weeks free trial)?

 

Hope it helps from Madrid, Spain

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Forgive me if this isn't what you are looking for--I'm using the built-in translator.

 

If you are looking for pagination software, check out:

Pagination Module | In-Design Plugins | 65bit Software

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