One of the most stunning examples of a free script available is Calendar Wizard, a by Scott Selberg that he has posted at the popular open source Source Forge site.
Calendar Wizard can create calendars in a wide variety of forms, and with a wide range of options — including holidays, phases of the moon, and calendars in over 20 different languages (Figure 1)!
The hardest part of using this script is the text file you have to create to control the script.
The text file tells the script what it should find and what to replace it with.
Figure 2: The History scripts let you undo or redo as many steps as you want, using a convenient popup menu.
You can set a keyboard shortcut to these scripts (or any other script) for easy access by choosing Edit Indy Font turns In Design into a font creation application—yes, you can literally design and export a font!
Do you have ten different find/ change queries that you have to run one after the other?
Put your scripts inside the Scripts Panel folder (not the Scripts folder).Fortunately, I’m going to make it easier for you by providing a list of twenty awesome scripts.Of course, I’m not saying you need all of them, but you do need to know about all of them! By the way, if you don’t know how to install and run scripts, you’re not alone. Here’s the really quick version: Open the Scripts panel (Window Scripts).Congratulations: By starting to read this article you have taken the first step towards making your life far easier!I’m going to uncover a secret that can transform you from a regular In Design User to a super-powered force of nature!