Try www.microtype.com, Shlomo Peret's site. I don't know what he has for
Macs but I have a plug-in for Acrobat that checks links and a few other
things on Win-does*. I got it when I took one of his classes a few years
ago. Works quite well. Sorry, no idea whether there are any plug-ins for
A plug-in with a per-page licence? Unlimited cost, it sounds like. I'd
never buy it, no matter what it does.
*According to some guy named Bill, there are a few bucks in win-does too
(sorry, it's been one of those weeks... The autonumbering bug escaped from
word and is now rearranging the icons on my screen at will... arrgh.)
On Behalf Of Steve Rickaby
Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2007 2:17 AM
To: framers at FrameUsers.com
Subject: OT: Acrobat plug-in information
Apologies for OT posting. I've been trawling the Adobe site looking for
information on third-party plug-ins for Acrobat, as there is for example for
FrameMaker, but so far have not found anything.
. If anyone can point me to an Acrobat site like the Leximation FrameMaker
plug-in web pages, I'd be most grateful
. I am specifically looking for:
- Proofreading tool support, i.e. a plug-in to create and handle
traditional proofreader's marks more efficiently than drawing them freehand
using Acrobat's commenting tools.
- Any support for index compilation when working from PDF. [Here I mean
traditional book indexing, not PDF concordance indexing].
I am Mac-based. As far as proofing tools are concerned, I am aware of the
paperlessproofs plug-in <http://www.paperlessproofs.com>, but that is
Windows-only 'at present', to quote the site. Is also imposes a per-page
licensing model, which I would view as a bad arrangement.
Please mail me off-list. Thanks.