Illustrator’s Title Case function is…how do we say it nicely?…hmm…it is very straight forward, it capitalizes the first letter of every word. While it works on some scenarios, it simply doesn’t cut it for properly capitalizing titles.
Illustrator’s simple Title Case
- The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over The Lazy Dog
Proper Title Case
- The Quick Brown Fox Jumps over the Lazy Dog
to use, select a portion of text (referred as text Range) or one or more text Frames before running the script.
Fit Object to Artboard
In Illustrator there’s a Fit Artboard to Selected Art feature. The next script does exactly the opposite, it fits Selected Object(s) to the Artboard.
Insert Page Numbers v2
Artboards made their appearance in CS4, and ever since, users have asked the logical question “can I add page numbers to my Artboards?”. The Answers has been a quick “No”….until now, by way of a script.
// Illustrator Insert Page Numbers v2 Script
it’s primary use is to insert page numbers but it can insert anything you type in the input box.
there are a few keywords to use to insert date, time, full name, and file name.
- page number – type – *page*
- total pages – type – *pages*
- date – type – *date*
- time – type – *time*
- full name – type – *fname*
- file name – type – *file*
for example to insert “page 1 of 12” type “page *page* of *pages*” (without quotes).
Note, in this version, pressing “Ok” does not dismiss the dialog. The idea is to be able to enter for example:
Pages on bottom right, and file name on bottom left without having to fire the script twice.
One more thing, press ESC to close the dialog.