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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    https://youtu.be/rGxbQIVK8PA
    This is the latest version of my script. It'll work on textFrames with 4,233mm gutter. Look at the placed photo and how the lines behave.

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    I made de lines using a text frame and a white space character with underlined paragraph style. This textFrame respects the wrap preferences. So, if I use a photo with wrap on, the lines will keep the text height. Am I clear?

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    https://youtu.be/kMGXojr5YKI
    I mean exactly what this script I wrote do.

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    Scott described the feature better than me. The attribute depends on the gutter width, not the paragraph. I think about same options as the simple lines feature. But between columns, within the gutter of a multicolumn textFrame.

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    Of course I mean a textFrame feature. Multicolumns frames.

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    @Marc, I don't think so... Because if the textFrame is divided in more than 3 columns, the middle ones won't receive the line, because, as I understand, the textFrame has only two sides (even if offset option, we'll be able to position the lines just in two columns).

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    Luis Felipe Corullón commented  · 

    Hello, Javed. I think these feature requests could be one new feature in InDesign. The hability to set different strokes for each side of a frame and, if it's a textFrame, the hability to add intercolumn lines (of course, with options to set different stroke styles, colors and all the other options InDesign already has to stroke lines).

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