Bug with 'based on' paragraph styles: selected style doesn't appear to be 'selected' after mouse over
I have some Indesign documents (CC 2019 and CC 2020, version doesn't matter) where I have a lot (+ 300) of paragraph styles. Most par styles are based on other styles. I can see the name of the style another par style is based on in the dialogue window 'paragraph styles options'.
All my styles are placed in style groups, according to levels.
Within these groups, there are a lot of styles that have the same names as styles in another group. So for instance, I have some 30 styles that are called 'p'. Renaming is in my case no option.
When I want to see on which 'p' style another par style is based, I click on the name 'p' and it shows a light grey 'p' style when it is on top of the list, but not when it is almost at the end of a very long list.
Also, when you mouse over in the par styles names-panel, the shading of the 'based on' style will disappear. So it is almost impossible to determine on what style 'p' it is based on.
Solution: give the par style that is used as the 'based on' par style a more destinctive shading color, and also don't remove the shading once moused over any other par style name until you click on another par style name.
PS: the selection of the style 'paginanummer' is after mousing over, not clicking
Tom L commented
Please Adobe staff, fix this!