Automated Language detection
Please consider a automatic intelligence, which could automatically detect the languages used in a document.
In nearly all texts I’m typesetting for journals and specialized books, there are parts of foreign languages inside the text (quotes, citations, ...). It would be genious, if InDesign could automatically search, find, and mark those bits of foreign languages, and change the language mode for those bits, so that the correct hyphenation will be applied.
In combination with the ability to unlimit the number of character styles, that can be applied to character or text, that would be a very powerful feature.
Teach Adobe Sensei to find languages!
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Zoren Reyland commented
Fair enough. I imagine that would be very true as the intuition in economics is generally quite simple compared to understanding the mathematics behind it.
tom ferna commented
It would be cool to get automatic translation like in the browser, I think we can work on it. Now I am translating the information I need with the help of this translator https://www.translate.com/japanese-english it is also quite convenient, to enter the text and get an accurate translation. I think it can be used for your idea