In the previous two sessions of DO MORE with Scripting, Peter Kahrel demonstrated how to communicate with the Typefi Engine and how to use the Typefi scripting Document Object Model (DOM). This episode brings these two things together in a case study.
The challenge featured in the case study is a common one—a publication is being automatically laid out with photographs that appear at the top of pages by default. However, it’s often desirable to override this placement rule to make sure that photographs are placed in their own text section.
In this episode, Peter shows how to achieve this using the techniques learned in the previous episodes, as well as a few new ones.
Check out the webinar, notes, and additional resources at https://www.typefi.com/resources/do-more-with-scripting/scripting-4-bringing-it-together/, and please feel most welcome to post your questions and comments in this forum.
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