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If there were a panel that could store the locations I frequently access like a library panel?

Enthusiast ,
Jan 27, 2024 Jan 27, 2024

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If there were a panel that could store the locations I frequently access like a library panel, that would be great.

I want to implement it through a library, but it doesn't seem to work.

For example, these positions

01-Grep's position
0-The location of the script
03-The location of the workspace
04-Setting shortcut keys
05-And the location of my recent work directory

 

If these can be customized, modified, added, or deleted in one panel,

I can open it directly in the ID window without having to search for it for half a day every time.

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Jan 27, 2024 Jan 27, 2024

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A general "Favorites" panel would indeed be a productivity and convenience asset. I don't see any big hurdles to it being implemented at a code level. Not sure if it can be done as a plugin/script/user-developed feature.

 

Posting this in the feature request forum might be more productive; we're just users here. 🙂

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Jan 27, 2024 Jan 27, 2024

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This website has broken my heart more than once.

It's too slow.

I can only see it spinning around there, sometimes there is no response for more than ten minutes.

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Jan 27, 2024 Jan 27, 2024

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Not sure if it can be done as a plugin/script/user-developed feature.


By @James Gifford—NitroPress

 

Through scripting - piece of cake. 

 

Pages, Text, Objects, etc. can be marked as "destinations". 

 

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Jan 27, 2024 Jan 27, 2024

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Hi~Robert Tkaczyk

What is this?

How to obtain it.

Is that this one?

Up to one script surface is sufficient

This looks so complicated.

https://adobescripts.com/id-tasker/

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Jan 28, 2024 Jan 28, 2024

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Yes, that's it - you can download it and free version will pretty much do what you need - with one slight, temporary, problem - you can't save your "destinations" for later use - if they are very specific. 

 

But, if I'm correct and you just need access to a location of specific ParaStyle(s) occurrences - your Task would be pretty simple - I'm on my phone so will post it later today when I get to my laptop - but it will be just one or more "find text" queries. Then, double click on the found results - will get you there instantly.

 

My tool may look complicated - but it really isn't. 

 

For starters - it gives you direct / instant access to the whole underbelly of the InDesign.

Then, Tasks are like Actions in Photoshop - unfortunately, without recording - you need to build Task manually. 

And Task - is just bunch of your manual operations - clicks you would have to do.

 

So once you build your Task - you can either use it on your current selection - or process whole document(s).

 

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Jan 28, 2024 Jan 28, 2024

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I have tried it, it's a bit complicated.

It's not necessary, I gave up decisively.

 

Lightweight can make more people like it.

I prefer flexible combinations instead of synthesizing complex bodies with many functions.

This interface is also a bit small.

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Yeah, it's pretty much everyones opinion - until they really give it a go 😉

 

The fact that you've so many options - doesn't mean, that you need to use them all. 

 

It's the same as with InDesign itself - depends on how well you know it - you can just do a simple business / Xmas card - or do 1000 pages catalogue...

 

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Or... I might have misread your (wish)list - but, most of the things - are already implemented anyway - all the menu options available in the InDesign - 2000+ - are already implemented.

 

The ones that would require navigating through your drive - can be added as well - but you would have to give me more details. 

 

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