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Trying to run Wordalizer Script

New Here ,
Aug 23, 2016 Aug 23, 2016

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Hi all,

I'm trying to run Wordalizer Script as I'd like to create a wordlcloud

I have downloaded and copied the script as described in the manual

Indiscripts :: Wordalizer 1.5 | Create Word Clouds in InDesign CS4-CC!

But as soon as I try to run the script, the whole InDesign window freezes.

Can anybody help me here? I am a total beginner...

thanks a lot in advance!

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Feb 02, 2023 Feb 02, 2023

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Does somebody use WORDALIZER with Indesign2023? 
I need help installing the script.

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Feb 06, 2023 Feb 06, 2023

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What issues are you facing with installation? Looking at the webpage mentioned in this thread I see installation instructions listed, I am pasting it here for your reference

Installation. — The TRY and PRO versions of Wordalizer are both delivered in the jsx format. You simply need to put the file in your Scripts Panel folder. The script is instantly available in the InDesign Scripts panel.

Note. — If you cannot find the location of your Scripts Panel folder, run InDesign and display the Scripts panel (Window > Automation > Scripts or Window > Utilities > Scripts). Then right-click the User folder and, in the fly-out menu, pick Reveal in Finder (Mac OS) or Reveal in Explorer (Windows). If there is not already a Scripts Panel subfolder within the revealed Scripts folder, create here a new folder named Scripts Panel.

-Manan

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