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  3. "Edit all export tags" panel: Checkbox to exclude classes in html

    When editing an individual paragraph, character or object style, there is a very useful option to turn off the "include classes".

    However, in the "Edit all export tags" panel, the option to turn off the "include classes" is absent. The "Edit all export tags" panel is already quite nice, this would be a very useful addition and save time otherwise spent opening and editing styles individually.

    I am trying to move away from sending our journal articles to a vendor for conversion and towards exporting html directly from our journal articles with minimal cleanup. This would help me generate cleaner…

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  4. Ability to assign or turn off "id" values for Object styles tags

    Currently, when "include classes" is checked, the HTML export creates "id" values for Object styles tags.

    This would be more useful if there was a way to define the "id" value, but there seems to be no way to do that. I assume the "Object Export Options" under the EPUB/html tab would be the natural spot, or also in the Object Style as a global control.

    Also, an option to turn off the "id" and still export the class would be ideal.

    Attached is a screenshot of the the id values in a sample export.

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  5. HTML Image Export Options — add resolution option of "original"

    During HTML export, if we want optimized images, we are only given 4 resolution options (72, 96, 150, 300)-see attached screenshot.

    Sometimes we only want certain aspects of optimization to occur. For example if original placed image is a TIFF, we definitley need InDesign to export it as a JPG for the web. BUT we don't necessarily always want the resolution of the image to be altered.

    So it'd be nice to add an "ORIGINAL" or "NATIVE" option to the resolution dropdown menu. This would allow us to export the images at their original resolutions, while still converting to differnt…

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  7. Help-Acrobat is terrible on my Mac

    I upgraded to High Sierra and now realize the Adobe Acrobat has made my Mac
    more like a PC. I cant easily send or attach pdfs.I rarely complain but I want my Mac back and am not going to rest until I get it back.This is a huge disappointment and so unlike Apple.

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