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The "Find" function doesn't work properly. It writes backward or not at all

The "Find" function doesn't work properly. It writes backward or not at all

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      • RY commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This bug happened to me in cc 2019. Fortunately closing the panel and reopening it made it behave. But apparently this bug is not completely gone.

      • Adminamaarora (Admin, Adobe InDesign) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi,
        We have fixed this issue for the upcoming release. You can test and try the fix in the Beta build posted on the InDesign Pre-Release program. Follow the below link for joining InDesign Pre-Release program and getting access to the Beta build of InDesign.

        https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/C6DFA254-C40C-4EEB-8F6D-F4AEDA2E6171/participate/F2ECD64C-FC6A-411F-B75E-B662ADCDDEA8

        Thanks
        -Aman

      • Bastian Saris commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It really is quite annoying but i'm not only having it in the find / replace window... also sometimes within EasyCatalog (InDesign Plug-in) or even other programms that are not related to Adobe.

        Another case that's not listed here:
        You can only write one letter and what ever letter you type after replaces the first letter.
        You can spam all you want and will always stay at 1 letter.

        it's either good job adobe or good job apple :·) - who knows - we'll probably never find out... (just like the flickering bug :) )

      • Steve Edwards commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I also have this problem. It works fine the first time you try to find something but if it can't find it and you then key something different into the find box, it types the word backwards and it's the backwards word it tries to find.

        You have to close the find box down and then do a fresh find and it works.

        This has been like this for some time.

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