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Use InDesign!
Authored by: funwithstuff on Sep 16, '03 10:38:30AM

Easier: if you have InDesign, use it instead. It handles Unicode fonts, converts to outlines, and copies straight into Illustrator. Imports RTF unicode text directly, too.



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Use InDesign!
Authored by: arglborps on Sep 16, '03 10:56:34PM

And it can handle multiple page documents. I'm just working on a fricking 56 page pamphlet, done in Illustrator--argh!

The best thing about the English version is that it can open all of the Japanese documents, but has lost all of the links to the placed images, because most of the file names contain Japanese characters. Jeez! This is OS X, ever heard of Unicode, WTF?!

I get more and more disappointed by Adobe.



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