Finding the new Adjust Layout in InDesign 2019 a bit of a liability as is turned ON by default.
Can you please add a setting to turn off globally and turn on only when needed? Currently doesn't seem possible.
A fix for this issue is now available in the Pre-Release build (126.96.36.1995) that has been posted on Adobe Prerelease site : (https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/C6DFA254-C40C-4EEB-8F6D-F4AEDA2E6171)
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Adobe InDesign team
I quite like the idea of the new Properties Panel, but it would be great to have the options to have the "More Options" items to be expanded permanently. Right now the auto collapse once you change from item to item. I understand if you are working on a laptop, the fact that they auto collapse is helpful but when you are working on a large screen I don't want to keep looking for my options. Please add a preference that makes the expanded options sticky.
Thanks, Julian65 votes
A fix for this issue is now available in the Pre-Release build (188.8.131.525) that has been posted on Adobe Prerelease site : (https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/C6DFA254-C40C-4EEB-8F6D-F4AEDA2E6171#tab_downloads)
Please try it out.
Adobe InDesign team
Please add endnote support for Adobe InCopy. Without it, InCopy sadly is pretty much useless.
InDesign Footnotes are too inflexible and working with manual Footnotes is not really feasible in larger documents.6 votes
Support for Endnotes is now in the beta builds of InCopy. You would also need the Beta builds of InDesign for the complete workflow. You can find both the builds by joining the Adobe Pre-Release program.
Do give it a try and let us know how it works out for you.
It's great that Paragraph Borders are now included but it really needs an option to "Connect Border to Adjacent Paragraphs Sharing the Same Style" so that the border runs around multiple paragraphs if needed. I know you can work around this with forced line breaks and empty lines but that jars with me and doesn't give me proper style sheet control.11 votes
This feature is now available in the Beta builds of InDesign. You can download the same and verify if its working correctly and provide any feedback by joining the Adobe Pre-Release program using the below link.
When tabbing on NEW DOCUMENT, the tab order goes from Width - Units - Height. It should go from Width - Height - Units. Illustrator does this correctly, Indesign has them in different (and distracting) order. Consistent between apps would be helpful!7 votes
Thanks for making this feature suggestion. This is something that we had already started work on. Its currently in the Beta builds. I would highly encourage you all to try it out. You can follow the below link to join InDesign Pre-Release program, where the Beta builds are available for download.
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