4 posts tagged with software by willnot.
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Workflow Automation in InDesign on a Mac

We're looking to automate a batch process that can be pointed at a directory of image files. Those files will need to be inserted one by one into an InDesign template appropriate text changed in the file based on a CSV file, and then have the resulting document saved as an EPS file based on the original image file name. [more inside]
posted by willnot on Aug 16, 2005 - 1 answer

In Word 2004 for OSX, how do I disable the AutoCorrect button?

Word 2004 for Mac OS X - Anyway to disable the AutoCorrect Smart Button that keeps popping up to obscure the text right where I'm looking/editing? I figured out how to disable to Paste Smart Button, but there doesn't seem to be anyway to make the AutoCorrect Smart Button vanish.
posted by willnot on Dec 7, 2004 - 4 answers

Discussion forum code for Microsoft SQL and IIS/ASP?

Looking to do some discussion forums on a commercial web site. I know there's a bunch of code in a can for this kind of stuff. Most of the one's I've seen are looking to be run on MySQL and PHP. Most of our site is on Microsoft SQL Server and IIS/ASP. Does anybody have thoughts or suggestions with respect to the best package for that environment? [more inside]
posted by willnot on May 6, 2004 - 5 answers

What's the best website log analysis software?

What's the best choice for log analysis software? We have our own server. We'd like live stats tracking as well as e-mailed reports to multiple addresses on a weekly and/or monthly basis. We've been using LiveStats. Version 5 was OK, Version 6 hasn't been as useful Version 7 looks good, but software always seems to demo good. We're on IIS and SQL if that matters. We just want basic, simple reports -- Referrals, Unique Visitors, Page Views, Click stream Analysis (if it's not too cumbersome to use which is probably asking a lot). One of the things that looks nice about Version 7 of LiveStats is they're using cookies and JavaScript to track unique visits and sessions which seems more real than the IP addresses that most others seem to use.
posted by willnot on Apr 23, 2004 - 2 answers

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