I've run into a problem.
I have a CS4 script that has this line:
myLines = myTextFrame.columns.lines.everyItem();
This gave me a simple way to access all lines in a text frame that are on the edge of the frame, and ignore any lines in columns.
In CS5, if a paragraph in a text frame has span columns on, then columns only returns the lines until the first span paragraph.
In other words: myTextFrame.columns.length in CS4 would return 1 if there are no columns.
But in CS5, if there are no columns but one of the paragraphs is split into 2, myTextFrame.columns.length returns 4.
Given this, the question is: Is there a quick way to get all lines in a textframe that are in the leftmost column in CS5?
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