The export details are only a summary. Those attributes and values will be created during the export and not live in InDesign.
" and read the export details to write a css class for each with this information"
What does that mean?
InDesign writes the css for you. But if you want to apply class-names via scripting, this is possible, but not really faster, as if you choose Edit > All Exporttags.
read that summary for each paragraph style and write a class in a css file for each paragraph style
I mean, if that summary is there already without having to export anything, it should be available to access it through scripting
Also, the question is can i access that information? not IS IT FASTER THAN JUST EXPORTING? just exporting it wont mean anything for what im trying to accomplish.
I don’t think so! Nevertheless: If you interested in bad CSS, export your file, crack up your epub and copy the css.
that is exactly what i dont want.
Good to here ;-)
Maybe it is not clear, what you are tryin to achieve here!
First, those options are created only during the export and are not available via scripting.
What I normally do:
1. Map the styles by hand or via scripting
2. Emit the InDesign CSS on paragraph level or during the export
3. Include my own CSS
yeah, but they are already displayed there, so they exist somehow. i just thought 'if they're there they have to be accesible via script'