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FrameMaker FMXA: Quick Element Toolbar for multi-level lists
Watch a brief example of how novice XML authors can swiftly insert multi-level lists using only simple icons from the QET (Quick Element Toolbar) and simple brackets to indicate locations of XML element boundaries. One more example of authoring natively in XML with FrameMaker. Although this video uses FrameMaker XML Author 12, the same technique will work in the XML workspace of "full" FrameMaker 12.
FrameMaker XML Author 12: Quick Element Toolbar and Review Toolbar
FrameMaker XML Author 12 allows you to swiftly create and review clean XML files. Watch this brief video to discover how turning on "tag" display allows you to find the correct insertion point to add XML elements via the Quick Element Toolbar. We also show how you can use the Review Toolbar to swiftly locate and approve or deny insertions and deletions.
Icons, Sprites, and CSS with Fireworks
Learn how to use Adobe Fireworks to create icons and sprite sheets and extract CSS properties. Tools and techniques we'll explore include the Pen tool, composite paths, the Path panel, and CSS Properties.Dave Hogue, vice president of experience design at Fluid, will explain:• How to use vector tools in Fireworks to create icons for websites or mobile apps• How to create a CSS sprite sheet of the icons and design an icon toolbar• How to extract the CSS properties of the toolbar so that it can be built in Adobe Dreamweaver or Adobe Edge Code and Brackets
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Show: Visual Design CS6
The InDesign toolbar contains a lot of tools, many of which are hidden or "nested" underneath the tools you see initially. In this video you will see the primary tools used to select, rotate and size objects. You'll also learn how to use the Type tool to edit text and create frames with or without borders, switch tools using your keyboard, and navigate with the Hand and Zoom tools.