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  • KitchWitch
    Reply to Hello everyone i need some help
    KitchWitch
    Hi Brinx and welcome to GDF.

    That font is called Lobster and you can find it on fontsquirrel.com.

    We ask all new members to read very important links here and here. These explain...
    Today, 11:58 AM
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    Hi Shirsendu Das and welcome to GDF.

    We ask all new members to read very important links here and here. These explain the rules, how the forum runs and a few inside jokes. No, you haven't...
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  • PrintDriver
    Reply to Billboard Design
    PrintDriver
    Sorry, I don't download anything, especially while at work. There are a lot of other people who work the same way.
    I see that is a dropbox account. Kinda picky about that too. But thanks.
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    Today, 10:39 AM
  • Brinx
    Hello everyone i need some help
    Brinx
    Hello everyone, im currently studying graphic design (1st year) so im kinda unexperienced and sorry for any non sense that i may say.
    Currently i am doing a work for my school that involves making...
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  • Shirsendu Das
    Adobe Acrobat Form work!
    Shirsendu Das
    What if I want to hide some radio buttons based on a selection of chekbox how to do that?
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  • #16
    Awesome videos Euge... er, Hank. Thanks!

    Q: I'm looking at the sample file that was included with the 'Rules Rule' video. The last example:



    That little glyph there... had me going. I see it's in the glyph set panel--another ID area I've had little to do with. In the Story Editor it appears as a lowercase j. But... it's obviously not. No Styles applied. So, does the Story Editor map the display of Glyphs differently for its display, or how does that work?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by ihadlegs View Post
      Wow, thanks for that! I shall be forwarding this to her to play with now, paragraph styles I have avoided in the past as I ended up ruining a fair few documents. Muchio gracias, and to printdriver, I had a feeling printers hated cells.

      *stops banging head and feeling quite so stupid* *a bit*
      Paragraph Styles and Character Styles, et al Styles are your friend.

      I shall recommend Michael Murphy once again with is excellent book

      http://www.amazon.com/Adobe-InDesign.../dp/032160606X


      For beginners you can't go wrong with Sandee Cohen Quick Start Guide
      http://www.amazon.com/InDesign-CS5-M.../dp/0321705203

      These are also available for several versions of InDesign - so get the one closest to the version you have.

      "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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      • #18
        Bob - that appears to be Adobe Caslon Pro - in the Glyph Panel there's an arrow beside the lower case "j" click and hold for "Alternate" glyphs.

        The story editor displays just the text - and it is using the letter "j" - so that's what it shows. It's a great way to find out what Letter was used to produce a certain Glyph.

        A lot of fonts have Alternate Glyphs - check some out in Adobe Garamond Pro - for example. There's ornaments, scientific figures - loads of things.


        A lot of well made fonts will have built in alternate glyphs, mostly for ligatures.

        "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott

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