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What You See
InDesign CS3, like the rest of the applications in the Creative Suite,
sports a new user interface that replaces palettes with panels.
Those of you who've downloaded the Photoshop CS3 public beta
will already be familiar with that application's implementation of this
new UI. In the CS3 products, palette groups are now called panel
stacks, and these stacks reside in a dock (or multiple docks, if
that's how you prefer to work) you can view either fully expanded,
reduced to an icon and name mode, or collapsed down to a
single column of icons (Figure 1). This minimized icon-only view
replaces the hinged tab method for stowing away palettes of
previous versions. You can pop out any full panel with a single
click on its icon.
Figure 1. New docked panel interface can be viewed fully
expanded (left), in a compact icon-and-name mode (center), or a
minimized icon-only view (right).
For my money, the more important and useful transparency update
in CS3 is that separate settings can be applied to the fill, stroke,
and text of any single object. If you want a frame with a dark fill
that uses a multiply blend mode, contains opaque white text, and
has a drop shadow applied to just the stroke, you no longer need
to create three separate objects to accomplish that, as you did in
previous versions (Figure 7). Unfortunately, this level of
independent transparency control does not extend to tables, but
even with that limitation, this is a much-needed addition that lets
you be creative and still work efficiently.
Figure 2. A single text frame with a drop shadow applied only to
its stroke, a gradient feather and Multiply blend mode applied to
its fill, and no transparency at all applied to the text.
Creative collaboration and workflow efficiency are both facilitated
by the addition of a simple idea with enormous potential: placing
native InDesign files inside other InDesign files. With this new
feature, projects can be broken up into parts of a page. One
designer can be formatting a sidebar while another works on a
half-page ad, and a third designs the overall layout, which will
include both. As each designer updates his or her portion of the
layout, the links in the main layout can be updated like any other
When a document that contains a placed InDesign file is opened,
missing font and link warnings appear for both the "host" file and
the placed files (Figure 11). Likewise, when preflighting and
packaging a file that contains other InDesign files, the fonts and
images of the placed files are also checked and collected.
There's tremendous potential for this seemingly small -- and
unexpected -- new feature. It's similar in principle to the
Composition Zones of QuarkXpress 7 (which I confess I have not
used) but seems more simply and flexibly implemented.
Figure 3. Font and link warnings, and corresponding missing and
modified icons in the links palette, are displayed for all placed
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