When working in Flash, have you ever been greeted by the following Font Mapping screen?
Just received this Adobe Illustrator/Acrobat tip from the feedblitz newsletter. Currently in Adobe Illustrator you can import PDF files, but you can only import one page at a time. If you want to create multiple pages on separate artboards you can drag and drop your PDF file on this script created by Shane Stanley. The script will create a separate Illustrator artboard for each page in your PDF. This script will only work on Macs and requires Illustrator CS4 or CS5.
One way I've found to cure a sluggish Mac is to limit the amount of fonts loaded in OS X. By default OS X loads a number of fonts that aren't required by the operating system. On top of that, Microsoft Office and Adobe's Suite of applications add several fonts that aren't required.
Everyday I get so many e-newsletters that I've created a script in mac mail to filter them right away out of my inbox and into a different folder (here's the blog post on how to filter mac mail). However, when these three email subscriptions below come into my inbox, I have to stop and read the headlines and see what they have to say. These are great sources of marketing information and tips/how-to's for any marketing professional looking to keep up with social media and marketing.
On a recent client project I had a Photoshop file that I had to transition to Flash for a banner ad. The Photoshop file had over 30 tiny layers that needed to be exported. Rather than do all this work manually I used a pre-built Script in Photoshop to create separate files from layers automatically. Go to File > Scripts > Export Layers to Files ...
How often do you come across a web page that is too cluttered, contains small type thats hard to read, or contains large blocks of type that are reversed out on a dark background? If this is as annoying to you as it is to me, you may want to check out the new Reader feature thats available in the Safari 5 web browser (for Mac and PC).