Moved to the scripting forum...
To be a little more clear. The findreplacebylist script works fine. I would just like to have it run a copyfit extension after it does all of the listed find/replace commands.
Is that extension a script? If so, just tag on to the end of the
find/change script the following line:
replacing the text between the quotes with the filename of the next
script you want to execute.
No. I need to know how to get a script to run MPS CopyFit tool. I can get a script to open the panel for the tool. I need it to actually run the tool itself. Right now we have to click the button and the following dialog boxes.
Not sure if that helps at all. I know it seems trivial but we make close to 100 files a day, everyday and it would be nice to have this included in our find/replace script. This way our files would be "cleaned" and ready to print with minimal room for human error. Skipped steps hurt us big time. Trying to make it as simple as possible by having one script take care of most of our problems all at once. Thanks again for any and all help.
The answer depends on whether the people who made CopyFit made it
If it is scriptable, then you would need to write a script for it, which
you could then tag on to your find/change script as I showed above.
I have no experience with that particular plugin.
What about invoking the menuItem if the plugin added an entry ?