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ROBOHELP 10: Glossary Hotspot Wizard
In addition to adding glossary terms to RoboHelp, you may select a glossary term that is an exact match for a phrase or term that appears throughout your project content. Once you have done, you can use the RoboHelp HotSpot Wizard to make that glossary term change formatting throughout your inline text, and also reveal the glossary definition as "expanding text" when clicked on. Let Adobe product evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann show you just how easy this is to accomplish in this very short video.
Use the Continuity Checker to match grades
Show: Learn SpeedGrade CC
Find out how to match grades between clips and sequences with the Continuity Checker in SpeedGrade CC. You'll learn to preview, synch, and compare up to nine separate clips in the Continuity Checker. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
ROBOHELP 10: Organizing Projects with Folders
The main organizing component in your RoboHelp project is a project folder. This very brief video shows you the simple steps required to create a new folder for related topics, and how to populate it with new topics. You will notice that your custom TOC does *not* have to match the names or order of your folders. This is one more way that RoboHelp 10 makes your life easier.
ROBOHELP 10: Auto-Generate a TOC
Most of the time in RoboHelp 10, you will want to customize your TOC. Although it would be rare to want a TOC that exactly matches your project structure, you can instantly generate such a TOC as a starting point for your customization. Watch this 2.5 minute video to find out just how simple this process is.
Customizing the Bridge workspace
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
You can adjust the layout of the Bridge interface to match your workflow. Explore various Bridge panels and learn how to customize the interface, including resizing and closing panels and switching to different workspaces. Learn more from the full course on lynda.com.
Choosing the correct color settings for output
Show: Learn Illustrator CC
Your finished artwork may end up being viewed on-screen, printed on a 4-color press, or viewed on a mobile device. Learn how to set up color settings in Illustrator to match the color capabilities of the final destination for best results. Author Andy Anderson explores some techniques that will help you design your artwork with the end in mind. Learn more from the complete Adobe Illustrator CC course at Infiniteskills.com.
Shane Hurlbut: HP Dreamcolor
Shane Hurlbut of Hurlbut Visuals about the value of having the HP DreamColor display in his film production workflow. From controlling color on location using the DreamColor as his eyepiece for digital cameras to matching up colors in the edit bay this workflow eliminates time and money in his productions.
Build Blockbuster Mobile apps the easy way
Show: Adobe Summit 2013
Is your content more valuable and relevant than your competitors? Do you find yourself competing on price wars online? Instead of joining this rat race, differentiate through a great mobile experience that no one can match. Launching an app successfully involves more than great design and coding. By providing a sticky mobile app that offers a phenomenal user experience, you could earn a spot on the home screen and become part of your audience's daily routine.