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FrameMaker and Word: Autonumbering; create "bullet proof" nested lists and autonumbered headings
How many times have you had to correct random numbering "mishaps" within nested lists and autonumbered headings in Word? With FrameMaker 11, this drudgering becomes a thing of the past with what most users describe as "bullet proof" mixed numbering. Many also describe it as "easy." The autonumber setting in paragraphs is completely unaffected by page breaks, and FrameMaker has no section breaks. With FrameMaker 11, you aren't limited to a certain number of nested list levels. You can also mix multi-numbered prefix stings in any fashion you wish. When it comes to text prefixes (like "Table X.X" or "Figure X.X"), you have complete control over wording and formatting. Warning: once you use this feature in FrameMaker 11, there's no turning back.
Random Acts of Kindness
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
Our animation is about a guy who is having a bad day, and gets disrespected by others. In the end he remains strong, and does a good deed for a total stranger. This animation has a large meaning, which can be understood easily; it represents that kindness is still alive in the world, and sometimes it just takes a nice deed to spread it around.
Show: Adobe Youth Voices
A short film about two friends who argue when one blames the other without really thinking things through. Artist's Statement: "We first wanted to make a movie about bullies and randomness. But then we decided to make something about false accusations after it just popped into our heads. Kids are always accusing other people of things and threatening them. People who watch our movie should think and get proof before they blame someone."
Setting Initial Values to Class Instance using Constructors (episode 57)
Doug showcases how to more efficiently customize a project’s class objects by changing text labels as each instance is created.
Generating Class Instances with ActionScript (episode 56)
Doug examines a method for dynamically generating new instances of custom class objects for his Flash Professional CS5 project using ActionScript.
Accessing Data from Custom Classes with "get" (episode 55)
Doug continues to cover best practices for accessing data in object-oriented programming. In this video, he uses the "get" command to make his custom class' private method act like a regular public variable.