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ampop_diploma_xml research

I did some research and managed it, to create a basic layout and to epxort it's structure as xml.
Then I edited the xml code and imported it back into InDesign.

Everything works pretty fine until now, but I have little doubt, that everything gets more complicated when dealing with more than two pages...

but it's a first step. Enlarge the images and have a look!

Download the InDesign and xml files: xml_indesign_test.zip (1.01 Mb)

xml file including more than one Chapter

View an example

1. Create a basic InDesign layout

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2. Apply xml tags to the template

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3. Export all tagged document data as xml

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4. The generated xml file

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5. The cleaned-up xml file

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6. Make some modifications

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7. Import the xml file back into InDesign

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Some Links

Adobe Tutorialshttp://www.adobe.com/products/indesign/crossmedia.html#tutorials http://www.adobe.com/products/indesign/pdfs/idsn2importxml.pdf

A very informative article about the usage of xml tags with InDesignhttp://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/08/04/indesign.html

A Tiki page as data source

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Shoutbox

~3h ago

StiX: @karistouf abandon that particular ship, dont try to use the time liner >_<

~8h ago

karistouf: ok, merci joreg but helas no time for it. thanks again

~9h ago

joreg: @karistouf sources are open you can rebuild them to suite your needs

~10h ago

karistouf: no way to have the handles more biggers ?

~10h ago

karistouf: any trick to see better the points in TimeLiner SA ? banging my head just to find and click correctly this little white point ;-(

~7d ago

TonyMark: @u7 nice

~7d ago

cznickesz: Hey guys, is kinect still the best thing to go when ist comes to skeletal tracking?

~9d ago

hrovac: @u7: really cool!!