Yes, it’s posted on the products page. You can now purchase it.
Note to folks: The word “InDesign” is all over this site. I will no longer refund payments to people who purchase the script and tell me I mislead them into thinking InDesign was not a requirement.
Not wanting to be a jerk or anything, but I don’t need the hassle.
July 8th, 2010
Greetings fellow thrill-seekers!
Today I can finally announce a Contact Sheet for InDesign script for CS5!
There are a couple of new features you’re going to love (I hope). First is the addition of Bridge ratings to the caption feature. You can now show your Bridge ratings (0-4 stars and in color) in your Contact Sheet captions.
The second one is really cool. The biggest limitation of the CS2, 3, and 4 scripts was that the script always laid out all pages in the same grid of images. Always. Nothing you could do about it.
Now you can create a “custom” template, placing your own image rectangles and caption frames on master pages/spreads. You select one master spread to be the “first page” spread. You can select a second master spread to be applied to all pages after the first.
This allows you to put logos, splashes, whatever on your first page, as well as including a few images. Then, pages 2 through whatever will use a second page design, presumably one that’s more image dense.
Better yet, I’ve created an InDesign extension that helps you make custom templates, and that’s included in the script distribution.
Here’s a video of the new features and how to use them:
The script hasn’t been added to store yet, but they’ll be up there as soon as I remember how to do it!
Enjoy the CS5 version and the new features
July 8th, 2010