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Display the "reference to the picture name and path" - Adobe Indesign Macintosh

It would be a very helpful feature, if i could display the name and path to picture which is placed in the doent (mainly on technical design, it's time consuming to check on the printed PDF, that the right picture is placed). (This can be in form of a bar, crosswise over the picture) In the mean time: - I click on the picture - I check the linkage - I create a text place holder and type in the name of the picture Much complicated, but it's the only way today for me I hope, that the developer of ...

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    Default Display the "reference to the picture name and path"

    It would be a very helpful feature, if i could display the name and path to picture which is placed in the doent (mainly on technical design, it's time consuming to check on the printed PDF, that the right picture is placed).
    (This can be in form of a bar, crosswise over the picture)
    In the mean time:
    - I click on the picture
    - I check the linkage
    - I create a text place holder and type in the name of the picture

    Much complicated, but it's the only way today for me

    I hope, that the developer of InDesign consider this "missing feature", and will offer a solution in a new upgrade of InDesin
    Heinz_Stoeffler@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Maybe I don't understand what you mean, but this feature exists in both versions of InDesign (CS and CS2): double-click on the image name in the links palette, and you get the full path of the image that you can copy and paste in your doent.

    You can also find a script called “image name ” or “image tag” (I don't remember well), that creates automatically text boxes over the images with the full path. Check the “studio exchange ” Adobe website to download it.
    Jean-Marc Lévy Guest

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    Default Re: Display the "reference to the picture name and path"

    Hi Jean-Marc

    Image Name (it's Freeware) is the solution for me

    Thank You, Thank You, Thank You
    Heinz
    Heinz_Stoeffler@adobeforums.com Guest

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