When making simple basic animations in InDesign I cannot work anymore with them when trying to export as «animated GIF Banner». It would be working when Animate CC could directly import my InDesign File with the working timeline … but that's not possible :-(13 votes
Hyperlinks: It would be nice to be able to copy and paste hyperlinks. If you try to copy and paste a text box with a hyperlink or the link itself to another document, the link does not copy. You have manually recreate it.
Styles for hyperlinks do not copy either. The style copies over, but the hyperlink style reverts to the default.
Same results if you put the text box with the hyperlink in a library file.
This is very tedious when you have hyperlinks in hundreds of documents to update.7 votes
Would be great if there was an option to export to SCORM, so you can use it in a LMS. If not: Adobe Captivate and ID should work together!1 vote
Our clients are sending the HTML5 inputs to load into InDesign. As we don't have direct feature to import HTML documents in InDesign, we're changing the extension into XML, also adding the META data before attempt to import the files. So it'll be good to have the direct feature within InDesign to accept the HTML files to import in InDesign without any issues, also accepting the HTML interactive features to reflect in the PDFs and in PublishOnline, will be very helpful to meet the client requirements.2 votes
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.1 vote
Why don't you implement a "save for web feature" like in illustrator or photoshop? It would be very useful to export assets for web starting from layout designed in Indesign.
I need an HTML5 export comparable to FrameMaker: I need all these options and even more. One of the most important one is splitting of HTML pages and automatic creation of a navigation structure based on these headings.7 votes
Since Indesign gets all the functionalities for webdesign : effects, objects styles, text and pargraph styles, interactivity, links, tempaltes...
It would be great to be able to export designs to HTML/CSS in a real and proper way (not the nowadays export).
Or, an export to PSD, at least.7 votes
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