We are in the process of updating Loop’s website. It has been due for an overhaul for quite some time. Part of those changes will include adding a proper blog complete with posts from various team members including fellow trainer Charles Rouleau.
We are starting the transition by duplicating this blog, which can be found at blog.loop.ca. Eventually it will start to fill up with many resources, including tips and tricks, short video clips, reference materials mentioned in our seminars and training sessions, and more.
That being said, this will remain homebase for the InDesign shortcuts. So make sure to swing by Loop’s site to see the progress. By the way, to access the blog you’ll need to plug in blog.loop.ca yourself as there isn’t any navigation from the existing site.
Based on some feedback I made some revisions to some areas.
relocated download link for shortcuts…
Folks were having trouble finding the download links for the shortcut file. In the shortcut section, I moved the download links to the top. I originally had them on the bottom to hopefully encourage people to read through the little blurb, but alas, there seems to be little point. If they want to read it they will. No pressure… hehe
added downloads page…
It will house all the downloads I mention in my posts. At the moment I added the shortcut files, broken down into individual elements. Based on requests, I also added the older CS2 version for the Mac and Windows users.
I’m working on updating my compact version of the shortcut file as well. Instead of the 14-page original, it’s condensed down into 7 pages. Instead of including every command, known to man, I trimmed it back to only list the commands that actually had a default shortcut assigned to them.