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The continuously changing nature of law presents unique challenges for organisations creating legal content. Since publications can be outdated shortly after their initial release, many organisations have devised looseleaf publishing workflows that allow them to update and release only sections of new content as laws or interpretations change.
We know that looseleaf workflows can be complex to organise, coordinate, and implement. Not only do you have to continually release updated sections of text, you also need to ensure these changes are incorporated into the archives of the full publication so your content is current for the next edition.
Typefi and Extensis, united by their shared mission of making publishing workflows seamless and efficient, have partnered to remove font challenges that can derail automated publishing processes.
Extensis FontLink—a tool that identifies, locates, and activates only the exact fonts used in a document—is now available as an action in Typefi 8 workflows using InDesign Server.
The benefits of an XML publishing workflow are well-known—content search, sharing, reuse, and the ability to produce complex content in multiple rich output formats (PDF, HTML, EPUB, Kindle, and more).
But when and where should you introduce XML to your publishing workflow?
Typefitter for CS6 is now available as a free download from the Typefi website!
Typefitter is an automated copy-fitting plug-in that seamlessly integrates into Adobe InDesign. Use it to manually tighten or loosen text, or automatically find and fix overset text, short lines, unbalanced columns, and more.
Typefi—together with Nousmedis—is thrilled to announce that Typefi 8 (including Typefi Designer and Typefi Writer) is now available in Spanish!
Nousmedis, a Barcelona-based company with more than 15 years’ experience automating and optimising publishing workflows, is Typefi’s exclusive partner for Spanish localised versions of Typefi.
Since 2012, Global Accessibility Awareness Day has been held annually to raise awareness of the importance of making technology accessible to and usable by people with disabilities.
At Typefi, we believe that accessible publishing creates a better experience for all consumers, and we’re strongly committed to helping organisations produce accessible publications with minimal additional cost and effort. In fact, the World Report on Disability, published jointly by the World Health Organization and the World Bank, was composed and produced in accessible formats with Typefi.
Typefi was proud to sponsor the first ever XML for Standards Publishers symposium, hosted by the National Information Standards Organization (NISO) on Monday, 24 April 2017, at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.
Standards have traditionally been delivered as PDF documents. However, in a world where standards are increasingly monetised through derivative products, exchanged between partners, and consumed on mobile devices, PDF does not provide the flexibility needed to meet current and future market demands.
XML provides the key to solving all these issues and more!
Whether you’re explaining, referencing, or elaborating, footnotes and endnotes are an invaluable design tool. However, as with every little (and big) part of a page layout, someone has to format them—and that can mean a lot of pain, particularly since InDesign’s built-in footnotes feature leaves much to be desired.
In the March 2017 InDesign Magazine article Going deep with footnotes, world-renowned scripting engineer Peter Kahrel shows you what can be achieved—from basic footnotes, endnotes, and margin notes, through to table notes and complex multiple footnote threads—with workarounds and scripts.
Typefi is proud to announce the immediate availability of Typefi AutoFit for Adobe InDesign CC. Since 2005, Typefi AutoFit has helped you design complex and responsive layouts more quickly and with less work.
Download it for free from www.typefi.com/autofit.