What is the problem?
Thanks for ur reply
Actulay i import pdf into my indesign document. i want to use UI to set recto and verso x & y axix values. if i enter x&y for recto pages. i want to align
recto page only. like that if i enter x&y for verso. i want to align recto page only.
Hi Ovyia... (Me not a "John", by the way, me "Theun".)
Isn't that based on the original PlaceMultiPDF from Adobe? If I understand you correctly, there are only a few minor changes required.
1. The Place command always places a new image on the (0,0) origin of the current ruler settings. You could move the image after placing, but this script does it another way: it moves the origin instead while placing. Change the lines at the top to
-- the array OriginPoint gets used in the Place command.
2. The script uses the variable "pg" twice -- first time, to select a page in the PDF (PDFpg=pg;), second time to point to the actual page the image is placed on (myPDFPage=app.activeDocument.pages[pg].place). So these are synchronized to work together -- PDF page #1 goes to page 1, PDF page #2 to page 2, and so on. You need to break this :-)
Change the 'place' line to
This now should place PDF page #1 (which gets counted as '0') on page 2*0 = 0 -- the first recto --, PDF page #1 onto page 2*1 = page 2 -- the next recto.
If you need to start placing pages somewhere later, not on the first page, just add that offset:
(this will start at page number 17, since the pages array starts counting at 0).
i changed like your code. but still it's not working. i don't know wht to do?
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Sorry, "it is not working" is way too general. (Imagine sending your car into a garage for repairs, and tellign the mechanic "it does not work".)