I'm using alot the export as jpeg feature as a validation helper while doing batch processing (for quality output, i have used export as pdf and rasterisation in photoshop... require more processing, but it give more reliable output).
So with the base export, i'm having a odd problem where on other machine the some images are not exported appropriately (some appear with a white strippe and other completely blank).
I have not found documentation on this but i'm pretty sure that the export is done from a low-res preview, so i suspect that that my script processing make the export before indesign has completed some document display refresh.
I tought that i could use a arbitrary delay, but i find this solution quite inconvenient as it make the process slower and not completely deterministic.
Is there a equivalent call to "recompose" that would let me be sure to call the export when the display refresh of the document is done? (if i remember well, i have tried forcing the document quality display to maximum).
On 5/2/09 6:22 AM, "EricGagnon" <email@example.com> wrote:<br /><br />> Thanks for any ideas! :)<br /><br />Are you sure you're using the most recent version of CS2? And are you sure<br />all the links are present and up to date?<br /><br />-- <br />Shane Stanley <firstname.lastname@example.org><br />AppleScript Pro Florida, April 2009 <a href=http://scriptingmatters.com/aspro>