JsxBlind 1.007 is available today—still for free—and now delivered in two formats: a standalone script (JsxBlindRun.jsx) that offers a quick and easy way to scramble a JSXBIN file straight from InDesign (as previously), and a “includable library” (JsxBlindLib.jsxinc) that provides advanced options to developers who need to plug JsxBlind features in an automated workflow (ESTK extension, panel development process, or any custom framework.)
Tag : JSXBIN
January 22, 2017 | JsxBlind | en
December 21, 2015 | JsxBlind | en
As Christmas is approaching I wish to share with the scripting community a very unexpected utility, which for legal reasons I can hardly tell anything detailed! Paradoxically, as you shall see, JsxBlind aims to protect script authors from being despoiled…
In August 2009, we introduced YALT —“Yet Another Localization Technique”— as an alternate way to manage multilingual strings and automatic localization in our InDesign scripts. I use it in my everyday projects and I definitely abandoned the native ExtendScript L10N feature, which I believe is too restrictive and not so clever. YALT is a lightweight, quickly includable and easy-to-use tool. Month after month I improved the snippet with the result that it now has nothing to do with the original version! Maybe it's time to share YALT 2.1 with you. . .
April 13, 2010 | Tips | en
#targetengine directive. Here is a secret trick to bypass this limitation with a single encrypted file.
As illustrated by the YALT technique, it's easy —and powerful!— to let a script read its own bytes while it is running. We could even go further and get a script to update itself to achieve some advanced functionalities.