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This object corresponds to the options found in the Margins and columns dialog box. name string read only The name of the application. object reference object read only An object reference to the object. package for GoLive preferences package for GoLive preferences read only The default Package For GoLive preferences palettes visible boolean read/write Whether the palettes are shown parent object read only The parent of the object. pasteboard preferences pasteboard preferences read only The application default pasteboard preferences.
If the Script Label palette is not available, it’s because the plug-in is not installed or has been disabled. Use the plug-in manager to enable the plug-in, or reinstall the palette. The following examples show how to get a reference to a page item with a given label. item("myTargetFrame"); } InDesign CS Scripting Guide Getting Started with InDesign Scripting 45 AppleScript Reference This section describes the objects in the InDesign AppleScript dictionary. The objects are shown in alphabetical order, and each object description shows the object’s elements (objects that are contained within the object), properties (attributes of the object), and methods (commands the object can respond to).