Dirty Words Design is a video podcast about Adobe InDesign and Graphic Design. Host Adam Jury brings you InDesign tips, tricks and "dirty" solutions for sticky problems. This isn't a "best practices" guide--this is problem-solving and making the best out of a bad situation. The videocast will also cover InDesign plug-ins, Photoshop, related resources, and maybe some relevant-to-designers OS X stuff as well.
United States
10 episodes
since Apr, 2009


Here's Episode 11 of Dirty Words Design, which discusses how to quickly edit and preview ePub files using iBooks for OS X. Let's call this episode the first one of Season Two ... I'll be updating the blog to a new theme soon and working on more videos. Feels like I've got the bug again! A few notes: You can unhide your Library folder by first selection your Home folder in the Finder, then going to View -> Show View Options (Command-J), as seen in the screenshot below. If you are not in your Home folder, this option will not appear! I use these scripts for unzipping and rezipping ePub files: http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=55681—that post also contains the commands that you can use in Terminal if you prefer handling things that way!
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