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Old 08-02-2005, 12:16 PM   #1
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Default Love history?

If you like the History palette in Photoshop, you might also be interested in DTP Tools updated History for InDesign ($39).

Here's the blurb from the website:

>>DTP Tools History plug-in brings the extra useful panel known from Photoshop to InDesign, with added and improved features.

Apart from seeing all available redo and undo steps, you can now save different Versions within a single document. Regardless of how much you change your documents, you can always return to any state at any time.

Usefulness of this plug-in can be summed up with quote from the History 1.0 review at www.QuarkVsInDesign.com: "Installing History for InDesign is one action you will never want to undo.".

New feature in History 2.0
Versions now stay saved in your document. Did you delete some important text or image yesterday? With History 2.0 plug-in installed it's no longer a problem. Documents saved with History can be opened in InDesign without this plug-in.

Free for History 1.0 users
Upgrade to version 2.0 is free. Just download the new version and install it over the previous one. Your current serial number is valid for activation if required. <<

Thanks to PC Graphics Report for mentioning this in their latest issue.

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