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Is there a way to set an HTML frame to be ignored for processing by in5?
SO, is it possible to set a frame to be ignored by in5's export processing but still included in the final export? i couldn't see any options in the Object Export Options dialog that i think could work. Rasterizing the frame seems like it would create an issue on export but i havent tested it yet.
P.S. Sorry for all the questions, i've realized i'm a significant single source of questions asked here!
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I'm not sure if I understand the question...ignoring the frame and exporting it seem mutually exclusive.
If you don't want JS to be processed on export, you could export a rectangle with an Object Style applied. That will apply a CSS class name to the rectangle the output. Instead of putting the JS into the InDesign doc, attach a different version of it as a Resource JS file, and target the class name of the rectangle in the JS file.
Hope that helps!
yea its a bit of an odd question, sorry about the phrasing. the complication is that the in5 is processing all the written content within the html frame as if it was text content. as an update i tested setting the object export options to Rasterize content and Rasterize frame with image quality set to Use Object Export settings with no benefits being gained in the export time.
yes the idea about using the js as a resource was my backup idea, but that would require the time of our software engineer who made the module and script, i thought id check here to see if there was an in5 or indd option to avoid requiring his time. thanks!
That's my best idea for now. I'll let you know if I think of anything else. :-)
i edited the script so it exports that search and js content into a separate js file and added it as a resource and it works fine while reducing the export times. its not much extra work so this will be the method we use for the time being. thanks again!
Wonderful! Glad you were able to work things out.
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