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  • , 3 months ago

    I just updated this list of scripts (before it had 105 scripts). Not sure how many people here use InDesign, but the first time I posted it was appreciated, so here it is. I am still looking for scripts to add, so if you have any suggestion please send them in my direction

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  • Thomas RogowThomas Rogow, 3 months ago

    200 must-have? Are you kidding me lol

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    • Stefano Bernardi, 3 months ago

      “200 manually-selected and tested, after 1 month of research (divided in 2 years), InDesign scrips” was a bit too long

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      • Thomas RogowThomas Rogow, 3 months ago

        My comment wasn't regarding the title length, it's the must-have I reacted to. :P

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        • Stefano Bernardi, 3 months ago

          I mean, of course as a single person you might not need all 200 scripts installed in your computer, and everybody can be bugged by whatever they want, and you might point out that you don't like the title, or the style of the post, or the selection, or that I forgot to add some script that you like and added some that you find completely useless.

          I think that based on what you do with InDesign, all of those scripts might be a must-have to someone (maybe not those in the "others" category since with some I mainly wanted people to consider how much you can achieve with a script), but again, it took me 2 full weeks to write the first version of the post, and another 2 full weeks to update it - and I thing "200 must-have" compared to "200 random-selected" express way better the process, the amount of time and effort I put into making that list

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          • Thomas RogowThomas Rogow, 3 months ago

            I've no doubt you've spent a lot of time and and effort on this (and done a great job), my only feedback would be that the title feels kind of clickbait-y :) Keep up the good work mate!

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            • Stefano Bernardi, 3 months ago

              Well, it does, but I also have no idea of how I can express better the quality of the content inside the post. Edit: somehow my comment was cut :/ - missing part is: I am available to consider any suggestion

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              • Thomas RogowThomas Rogow, 3 months ago

                With the risk of sounding a bit dull (I'm not that good at copywriting sorry), but maybe something along the lines of:

                "I've curated a list of 200 great InDesign scripts"

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