Writing new scripts can make tasks faster and easier than ever. Back in July, we talked about a script that can map endnotes in an HTML file to the correct page from which they came and move them there. This makes moving the endnotes to their proper positions faster and significantly easier than copy/pasting text around by hand. As we automate functions, we begin to rely on those functions working a specific, predictable way. If our scripts cannot be counted on to work correctly, then we didn’t really make anything faster or easier, did we?
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