I can't get the "Ignore" option to work when setting up cell styles, I've had it working on previous versions, but now it won't stay (it needs to show in the rule type and colour setting selector panel but when I select "Ignore" nothing shows in the panel - it needs to display the "Ignore" setting). An example of when you might use it is if you've set up a table with various cell styles, eg header row, thin underlines, thick underlines and a table end rule and then want to apply a tint panel to all, or some of one or more columns without changing any of the rules applied using other cell styles (Annual Reports are documents where you would like this to work)
It's a very handy feature that doesn't seem to work any more.
I can't get the "Ignore" option to work when setting up cell styles, I've had it working on previous versions, but now it won't stay (it needs to show in the rule type and colour setting selector panel but when I select "Ignore" nothing shows in the panel - it needs to display the "Ignore" setting). An example of when you might use it is if you've set up a table with various cell styles, eg header row, thin underlines, thick underlines and a table end rule and then want to apply a tint panel to all, or some of…1 vote
Upon defining a style with its only attributes set to “Bold”, the “Style Settings” box still reports its attributes as “[None]” (without stating that it’s actually “[None] + Bold]”). The “Basic Characters Format” still states it to be “Bold”.
I encountered this as a nested-style which relies on a “Bold” style stopped setting its Bold where necessary. The document was a previous-version-created document, and I began a fresh document re-defining all styles. The unreported-Bold attribute behaviour is evident in the newly created v13.1 InDesign document.
Version: InDesign CC 2018 v13.1 x641 vote
Indesign 13.1/13.0.1, macOS, UTS 6.1.5
When copy-pasting text or text frames from one document to another or even in the same document, paragraph style is changed to "standard copy".
The correct paragraph style is present, allocated and identical in all documents.
The paragraph style "standard"/"standard copy" is not present in any document (german version) before copy-pasting.7 votes
»Redefine InDesign Style« does not work for »Ruby Point Size« and »Kenten Size« after scaling.
This results in paragraph style overrides.
InDesign 2018 13.1 and before, German Version, Mac OS 10.12.62 votes
Setting Page or Margin position reference point does not work when treating anchored objects. The setting is ignored.1 vote
Object Style — Frame Fitting Options — Crop Amount: Does not respect set measurements.
The Object size is fixed at 300px height, with total crop of -60px.
The Image Size within should amount to 240px after crop, but it is as shown in image 4 attached here.
Autofit is ON.1 vote
The first letter of a new paragraph has automatically changed from caps to lower case after an A level heading in my document. It only relates to this heading levels and occurs in 85% of instances in a 90 page document. I have checked the Word file and cannot find an issue there. I have not been able to replicate the issue since it has been picked up in the proof reading process. I am using the current inDesign CC version and Adobe Typekit fonts.2 votes
MacOS High Sierra
InDesignCC 2018 13.1
When setting up Object Style Options > Size and position options > Position > Adjust X OR Y,
it’s impossible to manually enter any value bigger than 1440 px (pt), regardless of page size.6 votes
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Adobe InDesign team
- Indesign 13.0.1 OSX
- Create an object style and set it as the default for new Text Frames. Create a new Text Frame. Click on the linking box at the corner and hold down alt to link the Text Frame to a number of new TF's. Draw a number of new linked TF's with the alt key pressed.
- All Text Frames should have the Object Style set as default
- The new TF's have an OS of [None]
This has been the behaviour since the beginning. See the link https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/object-styles.html where it states “This category is applicable only if the object is an unthreaded text frame.”
Please let us know any use-cases where this can be beneficial so that we can process this as a “Feature modification request”
You can ctrl(cmd)+a in a text frame and then apply the paragraph style as a workaround.
adobe indesign cs6 does not show a particular family of fonts in the font list... i tried to copy it to indesign font folder but no luck
i am attaching those font files here. the fonts are not showing up in indesign cs6...pls somebody help me...these are ka fonts..used in tamilnadu....1 vote
CC 2018, OS High Sierra, both most current, brand new install on a brand new iMac Pro.
If I apply a style using a key command, 90% of the time the text from the cursor down goes crazy, looks duplicated. But if I hit the key command again, or click off the paragraph, or scroll, it goes away and is normal. So it's not really duplicating anything as far as I can tell. I screen captured exactly what it looks like.15 votes
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When I attach a style to a paragraph, all the text changes to italic even though the style is not italic. (I have character styles in place.) I use updated Creative Cloud and High Sierra.1 vote
We found one of the critical issues for auto-number list. We don't know how number removed automatically.
It will be visible if we made any changes in particular para, ex: we change any style and revert back to list style. Please check and fix such issues to avoid content loss during typesetting process.
I've attached screen shot and InDesign file for your better under standing. Refer page 18.4 votes
When creating styles via a script, styles that are based on other styles are not overwriting style attributes properly. i.e.:
p - font: Arial, size: 10.5, leading: 13, indent 8
p-first: based-on, p, indent 0
The indent may or may not actually be set to 0 if those two styles are created by a script. If I fix the indent manually in InDesign, any of the styles that are based off of p-first would update properly.2 votes
I am unable to change the paragraph alignment in existing paragraph styles. it stays on "left" no matter what i select. there are no associated styles it just won't let me change it.4 votes
Unable to edit style sheets in 2018 .1 vote
I'd like to space before and after fields added to the Bullets and Numbering panel of paragraph styles. I often prefer to base my ULs and OLs on my body style which includes the space applied to the end of the paragraph. I can remove the space but then my list item lack the proper spacing for the last item in the list. I fix this by creating a last item style and apply it manually but this is a real pain. It would be nice to have space before and after fields to adjust the padding around a list, independent of the Indents and Spacing panel in the paragraph style. This would allow me to create a single style to manage ordered and unordered lists and limit potential errors by forgetting to apply a separate style to the last item of the list. Sure, I might need to do a little math to add the correct amount of padding to match paragraph spacing but a single style for lists is far easier to manage then two or more styles.
I'd like to space before and after fields added to the Bullets and Numbering panel of paragraph styles. I often prefer to base my ULs and OLs on my body style which includes the space applied to the end of the paragraph. I can remove the space but then my list item lack the proper spacing for the last item in the list. I fix this by creating a last item style and apply it manually but this is a real pain. It would be nice to have space before and after fields to adjust the padding around a list,…2 votes
InDesign 13.0 x64 Windows
Create a paragraph style with paragraph shading, width set to column. Set positive left and right offsets. Enable "Clip to Frame".
Expected result: Shading does not extend beyond frame.
Actual result: Shading offset is clipped on left frame margin, but clipping is not honored on right frame margin.4 votes
Thanks for reporting the issue.
However, the issue is not reproducible by me. Please can you send a small video along with the sample document at email@example.com
This will help us identify the cause and fix it.
I have a document that uses top justification in a text frame, and bottom justification in another text frame. When I copy these frames, with or without any other objects, into a new document (think business card imposition), the bottom justification changes to top justification, altering the layout of the document.
With no success.
Attached is a 1UP file (Original with mixed justification) and a 24UP file (with resulting error)35 votes
Fix is available in version 13.1 of InDesign.
Please update to the latest version available to you via Creative Cloud Desktop application.
Adobe InDesign team
Not sure how you can reproduce this as I haven't found anybody else with this problem, but hopefully you can figure out how to help me. I cannot add paragraph styles to the Library, and I have tried every way:"+" button on the panel with text selected, cloud button on the styles panel, dragging from the panel... nothing works. Everything else--including character styles--can be added normally.2 votes
The issue is due to the Kerning being set as None, if one sets it as Optical or Metrics, it solves the issue. The issue is currently under review.
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