InDesign CC 2017 compatible
in5 version 3 has a completely re-designed user interface and works seamlessly with InDesign CC 2017.
Here are some of the new features that are available right away.
- Live HTML tables and columns (video).
- Fully-rendered SVG tables, paragraph rules, and paragraph shading.
- With a Pro subscription, you can now save your export settings as an Export Preset and reuse them (video).
- Multi-page web output that will create an HTML file for every page in your InDesign document.
SVG table rendering – Old version vs. New version
Flexible subscription licensing
The new subscription licenses are designed to work with CC subscriptions (so you’ll automatically be activated when you install a newer version of InDesign).
The new in5 subscription plans will let you:
- Activate all versions of InDesign on your system simultaneously.
- Easily move from one computer to another.
- Deactivate one employee and transfer the license to another employee.
You can manage your license remotely from a secure online profile (i.e., deactivate a machine that you’re not using and move to a new one, even if you don’t have access to the old machine).
Online portal let’s you manage users and remotely deactivate
You can choose to be billed monthly, or get a discount to be billed annually.
The subscription plans also offer multiple tiers, so you can get exactly the level of features that suit you. For example,
- The Starter Plan will come with all the basic features within in5.
- The Pro plan will give you power features, like the ability to save and reuse export settings across InDesign documents.
- The Elite plan will give you the ability to script and automate in5.
You’ll get a big discount off the first year if you have a serial number from a previous version of in5.
Check out the new version of in5
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In my last post, I detailed how we planned to donate 50% of our gross sales from SmartMouth to the California State Parks Foundation for the remainder of June. This morning I tallied up the sales numbers for the last half of June and entered our donation. AJ and I decided to round up and donate an even $200. We hope that this modest contribution helps to maintain some part of the CA Parks system and/or supports the fight to keep the parks open to the public.
Thanks to everyone who purchased SmartMouth and thanks to everyone who helped to spread the word!
We still encourage everyone to donate directly, voice your opinion to California governor, Jerry Brown, and if you live in California, please contact your representatives.
The title says it all, really. AJ and I have been fretting the loss of some of our favorite parks. AJ attended a meeting last Friday for the Assembly Committee on Water, Parks & Wildlife chaired by Jared Huffman. There were several productive ideas voiced at this meeting and it compelled us to take action ourselves.
For the rest of the month of June, a full 50% of the gross sales (before taxes) of SmartMouth, our auto-lipsyncing tool for Flash, will be donated to the California State Parks Foundation. For example, if you buy 1 seat of SmartMouth at $49.99, and suppose Paypal takes $1.99 for processing, we’ll donate $24 of the remaining $48 (and still pay the taxes on $48), and so on.
Well, 2010 was a pretty exciting year for Ajar Productions. We released a new Flash animation book with Chris Georgenes (I served as co-author, and AJ as tech editor). I spoke at the Adobe MAX conference in LA again. Shortly after MAX, we released SmartMouth, our first commercial product. SmartMouth licenses have been selling pretty regularly ever since. At some point, we hope that our software products will become our primary source of revenue. The income from commercial products should make it easier to continue releasing free products and leave time to produce more tutorials (we hope).
We’ve hit the ground running this year as well. I collaborated with Adobe to produce a video that was featured on the Flash team’s Youtube and Facebook pages, and received some fantastic feedback. Last week, I was also delighted to learn that I’d been selected to become an Adobe Community Professional.
With one month already over in 2011, we’ve got a lot to look forward to in the remaining 11 months. We’re going to be pushing some updates for SmartMouth in the coming months and we’d love to hear from you. Let us know what you think about the product—good, bad, indifferent—the more details the better. We’ve also got a long list of ideas for new tools. We’ll probably only have time to focus on a select few, and we’ll post updates as we have more information available. If you have ideas for products you’d like to see from us, let us know using this form.
I hope to include more tutorials on the blog this year, probably starting with a series on learning JSFL. It sounds like AJ will be involved with some more books this year, more on that later. Let us know in the comments if there’s anything particular that you’d like to see on the blog this year.
We very much appreciate all the donations last year! Thanks for another year of reading and supporting us!