page 16, Controlling Undo with doScript.
I was serious when I asked if you had read the documentation. It's frustrating to keep answering questions that would be easily answered if you took an hour to read the documentation.
Have you read it?
Just ignore him (or her). So long as his questions are answered here he 's not going to read any documentation.
Hi Peter Kahrel
cool down... cool down... You should not get tensed!!!
These books are very very useful and helpful for me....
Thank u so much for giving such a wonderful book for indesign script lovers.
Well, PERU_83, unless you're the same person as xmlapi, I don't think you have anything to fear.
We're absolutely happy to help people, but there's a certain expectation that people will put in some degree of effort by themselves. It's one thing to be asking one or two questions that are easily answered in the manual -- that's ok, and it doens't make sense for everyone to sit down and read the documentation from cover-to-cover. But when you're asking questions on a daily basis, the standards are different. Then we expect the questioner to invest some amount of effort commensurate with answering the question.
Personally I am inclined to give xmlapi a few more warnings before adopting a policy of not answering his questions, because I think that is only polite, but there is no requirement for anyone to do so.
I'm not tensed at all, but like John, I feel that xmlapi could by now make some effort. He comes here to let other people do his reading, and I for one don't feel like that.