Here’s another highly requested feature for
in5 (InDesign to HTML5): the ability to save export settings and apply them to other InDesign documents.
And soon it will be a part of the latest version of in5. 🙂
The video below shows a sneak peek of Export Presets in action.
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Adobe InDesign is full of wonderful interactive capabilities. The DPS Overlays panel adds several additional options, such as scrolling frames.
While this extra interactivity is supported by DPS, as well as our tool—
in5 (InDesign to HTML5)—it’s not supported by InDesign’s native export formats: ePUB, HTML, and Publish Online.
In looking for ways for add this interactivity for all formats, I heard from many people that scrolling frames were a high priority.
Version 2.6 of in5 makes several improvements and gives you more ability to control the output.
These improvements come without any visible changes to the user interface, hence we’re calling this the “hidden gem” release.
Image credit: wikipedia.org
Yes, you read that headline right. Up to 100x faster exporting from
InDesign to HTML! There’s nothing extra for you to do, just run the latest version of in5 and you’ll find it’s much faster.
As I mentioned in a
previous post, the Adobe CC 2015 update broke the extension installation process for 3rd-party extensions. Instead of waiting for Adobe to fix the problem, we’ve created custom installers for in5 that do not rely on Extension Manager.
The new installers (one for Mac and one for Windows)
are now available and will let you install in5 for any version of InDesign CC without the need for Extension Manager.