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
»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 10.12.61 vote
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
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
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
Unable to edit style sheets in 2018 .1 vote
I want to apply an object style, the size and position options are set to "width only" (nothing else is set).
If i apply this style to a normal frame or a frame with a placed image, everything is fine. But if it's a frame of an anchored image, the height is changing too!
Example: A frame with 100x100mm should be changed to 200mm width after the applied style. If it's a frame of an anchored image, it will become 200x155mm. (?!)
CC 2018, OSX Version1 vote
Issue has been fixed in InDesign’s latest update, Id 13.1.
Please update your InDesign for the resolution of the problem.
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