By default, images are added inline in Mail, the mail client in Mac OS.
Add a single image as an attachment
- Control-click the image and select the option to view the image as an icon.
Always add images as attachments
- Open Terminal in Mac OS (Applications > Utilities > Terminal)
- Run the following command
defaults write com.apple.mail DisableInlineAttachmentViewing -bool yes
- To restore the default behavior, run the command
defaults write com.apple.mail DisableInlineAttachmentViewing -bool false
An opportunity for you to win the full license copy of Adobe Technical Communication Suite 2.5!
- Log on to your Twitter account (if you don’t have one, create one in a jiffy, and it’s free).
- Send prize-worthy tweets with hashtags #tcscontest #stcindia
- Best practices for FrameMaker 9, RoboHelp 8, and TCS 2.x
- Top reasons to buy or upgrade to FrameMaker 9, RoboHelp 8, and TCS 2.x
The contest closes at 4 PM on Friday, November 12. Keep tweeting till then.
What/who is prize-worthy:
- The best tweet – Decided by judges at Adobe
- Most popular tweet – The most retweeted best practice or buy/upgrade reason
- Most prolific tweeter – The person with the maximum number of valid tweets
The results will be announced at the STC-India conference in New Delhi on 13 Nov, and the prizes will be awarded to the winner(s) by Naresh Gupta, MD, Adobe India.
For any clarifications, write to Preran@gmail.com
This video tutorial walks you through the process of versioning your documents, and comparing different versions using the History panel in Adobe Story. Note that Adobe Story is a constantly evolving software, and there could be changes to the software since you last viewed the tutorial.
Versioning documents in Adobe Story
The following video tutorial gives you an insight into the track changes feature in Adobe Story. Note that Adobe Story keeps changing all the time based on user feedback. However, these tutorials should help you get started with the feature.
Using the Track Changes feature in Adobe Story
Adobe Story provides you with a number of options to help you create scripts faster, and according to industry recognized standards. This tutorial walks you through the options.
Using the writing aids in Adobe Story to create scripts
The following article contains the list of devices supported in Adobe Premiere Elements 9. Devices include Processors, Sound Cards, GPU cards, Camcorders, Webcams, Cameras, Export playback devices, Burners, and Adobe Photo Downloader.
Having problems locating photos you imported into Photoshop Album? Want to migrate your photos in Photoshop Album to Photoshop.com? The following article has the answers.
Excerpt from the article:
“If you exceed the number of attempts to open Adobe Photoshop Album before registering it, your application gets locked. However, your photos are safe at the location where you imported them. You can migrate them to Adobe’s free photo sharing website, Photoshop.com, retaining information such as captions, tags, and so on that you added to your photos.”
Learn how to write scripts using Adobe Story. This getting started tutorial provides you with the basic information that you need to get started with Adobe Story. Click the link below for the tutorial.
Creating Scripts in Adobe Story
I will be posting a series of videos on how to use Adobe Story. The first video walks you through the process of creating an Adobe Story ID.
Creating Adobe ID