Highlighting Currently Edited Document In Book
on to Hello there,
I edit two copies of a book open at once, each one a different format. If you look at the picture you will see what the two books look like in the books editor-kind of. I am migrating one copy of my book from A4 to ePub for Kindle (why don't you support the .mobi Kindle format or get Amazon to write a plugin for the purpose? I am forced to use Word to write a kindle book). The file are in two different folders. The files have the same name for each book.
It would be really useful if InDesign highlighted the document in the book panel that I am currently editing. Especially, if you are editing over 30 documents per book.
I also might have imagined this, but if you have two files open from two different books that have the same name, when you save one of the files, it saves the other file with the same name. This is very "dangerous". I had made edits to one file that I wanted to keep and edits to the other I did not. InDesign saved both files even though only saved using the menu. The result is that it trashed one of the files by putting tentative but major changes on n on top of what was a completed document that I effectively wanted to roll back to-I did not want to keep the changes.