Persistent Book Panel
I use Book files often (INDB) and it is very annoying the way the Book Panel disappears from the UI when I close all open INDD files. I have to go to the Window menu and then to the bottom and choose my open Book file to get the Book Panel back. Please could you make the Book Panel persistent in the UI and remember the place that I docked it. That would save me time.
Still no fix? I can't launch the .Indb it from the "home" panel. I have to quit the program and open the .indb document first. It won't open from the "home" panel. It closes if I go back to the go the "home" panel to open another document outside the book.
The Book panel use to fall behind the application so I've gotten used to docking it or simply retrieve it using the Window drop-down menu.
It's very annoying indeed. Just worked on my first project using a book and thought I'm doing something wrong.. Apparently not.
I have the same problem with the book panel. Once it disappears, I go to reopen it but it won't reopen because InDesign thinks it's still open. It's really annoying since I work on all of my companies Catalogs and Brochures. There should be an option in the Window menu for the book panel so it can be turned on and off from there like all the other ones.
Uwe Laubender commented
the InDesign Book Panel should be a panel like every other panel of InDesign.
It should be possible to store it with a custom workspace etc.pp.
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Diane Rigoli commented
I have encountered this bug and it's very annoying. My experience is, once I place the books panel into one of my docks, it disappears at random and I can not get it back by choosing it from the windows drop down menu, or by choosing file>open because it thinks it's already open, but it's not visible. I can only re-open the book panel by quitting the program and re-launching. I can only get the panel to remain open if I don't place it into one of the docks. This is cumbersome and not a good work flow. This is a bug and should be fixed. Please fix it.
Ulysses de Oliveira commented
That would be very time-saving for me too!