RR 2.9.0-dp-2 & VBscript

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Wed Dec 5 19:12:15 EST 2007


Hi Ton,

Sometimes I have trouble seeing my own syntax "issues' in inline-built 
scripts like yours, so I store the script as a whole in a custom 
property, then get it and use it as needed. If there are run-time 
variations needed in the script, I use "[[placeholder]]" or some similar 
tag in the stored script and then

    replace "[[placeholder]]" with <whatever> in tMyScript

Maybe that will work in your case!

Phil Davis



Ton Kuypers wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I hope one of you has got Adobe InDesign CS2 installed, because I 
> could use some help...
> It might be a bug in sending VB scripts from RR but maybe someone can 
> confirm this of help me out...
>
> When I send the following script to InDesign, the file is opened as 
> expected:
> on mouseUp
>     put "Set vIND = CreateObject(" & q("InDesign.Application.CS2") & 
> ")" & cr into vScript
>     put "Set vDoc = vIND.Open(" & q("C:\test.indd") & ")" & cr after 
> vScript
>     do vScript as "vbscript"
>     put the result
> end mouseUp
>
> When I add a line to this script, it gives an execution error:
> on mouseUp
>     put "Set vIND = CreateObject(" & q("InDesign.Application.CS2") & 
> ")" & cr into vScript
>     put "vIND.ScriptPreferences.UserInteractionLevel = 
> InDesign.idUserInteractionLevels.idNeverInteract" & cr after vScript
>     put "Set vDoc = vIND.Open(" & q("C:\test.indd") & ")" & cr after 
> vScript
>     do vScript as "vbscript"
>     put the result
> end mouseUp
>
> When I save the script as a file and try to run it from within 
> InDesign, it works fine.
> And it doesn't matter what code I add to the script, it just doesn't 
> work...
>
> Anyone any ideas?
>
>
> Warm regards,
>
> Ton Kuypers
> Digital Media Partners bvba
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>
>
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