it would be possible to disable the moving of an image when I select the central point (it automatically activates the direct selection) and this is very annoying.
sorry for the english, but I used the google translator.1 vote
You can accomplish this by doing the following:
choose View menu > Extras > Hide Content Grabber.
If you want to do this for all documents whenever you select images, close all open documents and choose this option.
Hope this tip helps.
Adobe InDesign team
Hi, when I merge a table cell and then try to unmerge a table cell it is no longer possible. Greyed out in menu and no way of doing it. Would be great if this was fixed urgently.
In the example shown by you, you’re trying to ‘Unmerge Cells’ of a Single-Row Table after merging these cells in a previous step. This has not been possible in any of the versions of InDesign till now.
This would require a new implementation altogether and would thus fall under a Feature Request category.
We’re moving it to the Feature Requests page.
Adobe InDesign team
When you drag text from the CC libraries into a text frame that has some text in it, the text you dragged won't be added to the line but it will create a new text frame.
I'd like it for the text to be added to a line in a text frame.1 vote
Thanks for making this suggestion. Currently you can right click on the Text element in the Libraries Panel with your insertion pointer at the location where you would want the text to go.
Once you do this you get an option of Placing inline. This way you can insert the text at the exact same location.
Let me know how this goes for you.
Is there a way to double the amount of line make. From a maximum of 40 to a maximum of 80.1 vote
Thanks for sharing this feature suggestion.
I didn’t understand this request, will it be possible for you to share some more details on this. What does “double the amount of line make” mean here. If you have any example where you can show this that would really help.
Hi. I have my panels on the right and would like them to expand to the left and collapse to the right.
I keep my panels on the right and would like them to expand to the left and collapse to the right. This option is definitely available in Adobe Illustrator. Seems like a logical feature and probably easy to implement.1 vote
Thanks for making this suggestion. I tried this out on my machine. What you have in the expectation is exactly how its working, or am I missing something here. Do you have multiple monitors where you are using this, a screenshot of the issue would really help.
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