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I think I can do sth for you.
This isn't too difficult. You can easily adapt the approach taken in message http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?128@@.3bbf275d.59b6bd2e with the additional information you require (document name, frame width and height).
There is also a function for getting the width and height of an object, even a rotated one, in message http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.59b586cb/12
Wrote this, works fin on my CS3 Mac OS X
Hope it helps
Suit it to your needs
Thanks, Simon. I'd just started trying to cobble something together
when Loic's solution turned up. Since I've got a board meeting
tomorrow, I took the easy way out...
Loic's script doesn't deal precisely with rotated graphics (I think
it would give the dimensions of the smallest upright box that would
accommodate the rotated frame), but since I don't have any, it
Thanks anyway - when the next deadline has passed, I might try
putting a comprehensive solution together.
Loic, that's brilliant and does exactly what I needed. Thank you so
Three small points:
Link names containing a comma screw up the csv. Solution: link_name
Items on the pasteboard cause the script to stop ungracefully. Since
I didn't have any in my working doc, it didn't matter, but it should
be easy enough to trap.
Height is spelt height!
Mille fois mercy.