Need little help of script.

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Oct 21, 2020

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i has this two line of script,

can i combine into just one line? Thanks.

app.selection[0].texts.item(0).contents = markTransport_array[0]; app.selection[0].texts.item(-1).parentStory.appliedFont = "abud4hsym";

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Need little help of script.

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i has this two line of script,

can i combine into just one line? Thanks.

app.selection[0].texts.item(0).contents = markTransport_array[0]; app.selection[0].texts.item(-1).parentStory.appliedFont = "abud4hsym";

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Do these text elements point to different objects? What are you trying to do? Can you give some screenshots for reference?

-Manan

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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HI,

 

Similar to above, why are you wanting it in one line? What are you trying to achieve by doing that?

 

Regards

 

Malcolm

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i think you can use item(0) only, somthing like this:

app.selection[0].texts.item(0).parentStory.properties = {
	contents:'text',
	appliedFont: app.fonts[0],
}

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