Pourcentage de remplissage d'un document InDesign

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Jun 16, 2022 Jun 16, 2022

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Bonjour,

Nous avons créé un document dans InDesign et nous aimerions savoir quel est le taux de remplissage de ce dernier.
L'idée est de connaître le pourcentage occupé par du contenu sur l'ensemble du document et le pourcentage d'espace vide.

Merci pour votre aide !

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 17, 2022 Jun 17, 2022

Hi Melissa,

what do you like to do with a "percentage of empty space"?

And how would you like to define what is empty and what is not?

 

I could imagine that one would export a pixel image of a given page.

Or better, export a pixel image of the rectangular area of your page margins.

Then open the image in PhotoShop and do a selection on the pixel contents.

 

One could calculate from the area of that selection how much space is left around the selection.

That would only work if a text frame has n

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Jun 16, 2022 Jun 16, 2022

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Some use color-coding of the Pages panel page icons to indicate which pages are finished and which are empty.

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Hi Melissa,

what do you like to do with a "percentage of empty space"?

And how would you like to define what is empty and what is not?

 

I could imagine that one would export a pixel image of a given page.

Or better, export a pixel image of the rectangular area of your page margins.

Then open the image in PhotoShop and do a selection on the pixel contents.

 

One could calculate from the area of that selection how much space is left around the selection.

That would only work if a text frame has no strokes applied or if a text frame is not filled with color.

 

Note: The algorithm above is just one sample how one could do it.

Don't know how your specs are or if it could meet your expectations.

 

All in all that would require writing a paid custom script…

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender
( Adobe Community Professional )

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