Typefi frames are distinguished from InDesign frames through their border color, width and opacity.
The Typefi Preferences setting for Typefi Borders sets the frame border appearances. Border color, width and transparency percentage may be changed.
To edit the Typefi Border settings:
- In InDesign Preferences choose Typefi Borders.
- Set the default Stroke Weight for the Borders.
- Set the default Opacity for the Borders.
You can also edit the borders for individual frame types:
- Change colors if desired.
- Override the default opacity.
If you've made any changes, Save As Default Settings becomes available. Checking the box and clicking OK will make your new settings the default for all documents.
To view Typefi Borders in InDesign:
- Enable Show Typefi Borders and ensure View > Show Frame Edges in InDesign is selected, also ensure that View > Overprint Preview is disabled and View > Screen Mode is set to Normal
- Alternatively, select Show Frames from the Typefi Elements panel menu.
To view a selective range of Typefi Borders in InDesign:
- Enable or disable the view setting for individual Border Types using the checkboxes in the Typefi Borders preferences
- Enable Show Typefi Borders.
To specify the default colors for borders in future Typefi templates:
- Choose the border weight, colors, and opacity you prefer
- Enable the Save as Default Settings choice (see previous screenshot)
To reset the Typefi Border appearances to their default stroke weight, opacity and color:
- Choose InDesign Preferences > Typefi Borders
- Click Use Defaults.