Frame / Cell strokes and border-radius more like CSS
As an extension of the idea 'Allow different coloured/weight strokes for sides of a text box' - I would like this to apply to table cells as well.
I use InDesign to do high-fidelity web UI mockups. It would be really nice if there were more options which corresponded directly to CSS.
What we would need is the ability to set a per-object or global equivalent to "box-sizing: border-box", so that stroke weights don't add to the size of a table cell, but always render aligned to the inside.
Secondly, give regular text frames the same editing ability as table cells, with per-side stroke colours and weights.
Third, enable border-styles equivalent to CSS standards.
Fourth, as a convenience, being able to set border-radius on table cells (or even just the outer corners of an entire table) without it affecting inner cell padding would be marvellous; currently we have to hack this by layering a transparent table over a rectangle with rounded corners.
A.J. Kandy commented
As an example, variable cell border thickness is really useful for mocking up tabs that conform to Google's Material design standard. Right now, I have to embed individual text frames inside table cells to get this to work (and then jog the text up/down using baseline adjustments) - really inconvenient.