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  1. 4 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Here's the glyph chart for Adobe Caslon Pro.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    There's something not correct with accessing the ornaments in Adobe Caslon Pro.
    When we've used this font in accessible PDFs as just a glyph in the content stream (original layout file in InDesign), it is voiced by screen readers as "3" rather than as an ornament or a specific Unicode name.

    This isn't the usual pattern for Unicode fonts. In the screen capture, A Caslon Pro's ornaments use the same Unicode codepoint as alpha numerics.

    As an example, Minion Pro encodes its ornaments as 2022 (Bullet), shown in the 3rd screen capture, and they work flawlessly.
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  2. 296 votes

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    Hi everyone,

    InDesign provides an option to export and import User Settings, providing users with a smooth and enhanced experience to restore their custom settings if needed. The feature is now available in the latest InDesign 2024(v19.3.0.058) 

    Helpx article - https://helpx.adobe.com/in/indesign/using/export-import-user-settings-indesign.html

    Please let us know your feedback in the comments.

    Sanyam Talwar(he/him)

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  3. 334 votes

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    Completed  ·  Abhinav Kaushik responded

    The ability to find colors in documents in now available in InDesign’s latest release 16.0.

    It can be found in a new tab of Find/Change dialog – Color.
    Please let us know your feedback in comments.

    Regards,
    Abhinav Kaushik (AK)

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    See additional footnote controls at https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/custom-footnotes/m-p/12352474#M443177

    We need to have several different footnote number schemes in a document, such as 1,2,3 for body text, and *,**,*** for tables and figures — and each must be able to be restarted from "1" for each table or figure.

    And we need custom patterns: in STEM documents, many scientists use their own combination of symbols for their references.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Need to create our own custom footnote "numbering" system. In some professional fields, they have required footnote sequences, such as *, †, ‡, ¶, § which at this time, is not available in Document footnote options.

    Let us create a custom pattern of numbering/symbols.

    And to do this for each individual story thread, not the entire document.

    And to create a different pattern/sequence for EACH TABLE, too. Right now, a table's footnotes get numbered (and placed) along with the document's footnotes.

    Quite often, document footnotes are 1, 2, 3, while the table footnotes are *, **, ** or a, b, c.

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  6. 10 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Agree with Harbs.
    This will be useful to most InDesign users.

  7. 17 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    This is a critical request.
    Please allow us to remove local formatting when generating TOC entries.

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  8. 41 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    This post is about ROW HEADERS, which are needed in InDesign.

    It's also requesting that InDesign correct the bug of the SCOPE and SPAN settings on both row and column headers.

  9. 135 votes

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    We've just released InDesign 17.2.1 version which addresses this issue.

    Please update to this latest version using Creative Cloud Desktop application.


    In case the fix does not work immediately for you, please try the following:

    1) Quit InDesign.

    2) Delete the following:

    on Mac:

    /Users/[yourname]/Library/Caches/Adobe InDesign

    /Users/[yourname]/Library/Preferences/Adobe InDesign


    on Win:

    C:\Users\[yourname]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\InDesign

    C:\Users\[yourname]\AppData\Local\Adobe\InDesign



    Relaunch InDesign & see if it works properly now.


    --

    InDesign team

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    This bug is quite nasty!
    Happening on all our systems: Windows 11 Pro, Windows 11 Home, and Windows 10 Pro.

    We have downgraded all our InDesign licenses to 17.1.

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  10. 435 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    ADOBE, please removed the many SPAM posts in this thread. They've been flagged.

    AND, any update on this feature that was proposed nearly 5 years ago?

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    ADOBE: this thread has been compromised with unrelated spam, begins with this entry:
    John White commented · June 29, 2021 7:27 AM · Flagged

    Please remove the junk spam posts.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Soon? How soon is "soon" in Adobe's response on December 7, 2018?
    I guess time is relative!

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  11. 53 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Oh god, what a royal pain this bug is.
    Please expedite this bug, Adobe.

  12. 24 votes

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    The fix of the issue is now available in the latest InDesign 2023(v18.2.1.455). We recommend you upgrade to the latest version for the fix.

    If you are unable to see the update, go to the Creative Cloud application and click on the context menu on the top right and click on Check for App Updates.

    Adobe InDesign Team

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    ADOBE, this is a bug with how fonts are listed and flagged in the Fonts dialogue box.

    Many fonts that are based on original Type 1 / PostScript data are now being flagged as Type 1 rather than OpenType.

    Please refer to this post in the community forums, and to the screen capture in the origianl post: Although flagged as Type 1, the detailed information at the bottom of the dialogue is correctly verifying that the font is OpenType.

    https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/opentype-font-marked-as-postscript-type-1-font/m-p/12633487#M459963

    It's the warning in the dialogue that is incorrect.

    -- Bevi Chagnon
    Prerelease member and ACP

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    ADOBE, this is a bug with how fonts are listed and flagged in the Fonts dialogue box.

    Many fonts that are based on original Type 1 / PostScript data are now being flagged as Type 1 rather than OpenType.

    Please refer to this post in the community forums, and to the screen capture in the origianl post: Although flagged as Type 1, the detailed information at the bottom of the dialogue is correctly verifying that the font is OpenType.

    https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/opentype-font-marked-as-postscript-type-1-font/m-p/12633487#M459963

    It's the warning in the dialogue that is incorrect.

    -- Bevi Chagnon
    Prerelease member and ACP

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    The problem is not just with [Basic Paragraph].

    The better solution is to give us the option of what to do with incoming styles. Let us choose:
    — Overwrite the existing style with the incoming style's definition.
    — Keep the text, but use the existing style's definition.
    — Keep the text, and make a new style of the incoming style.

    No need to delete or eliminate any of the [Basic] styles (object styles, too). When you understand how to use them, they are powerful tools.

    But we do need to be able to control what happens when we import ALL styles into existing layouts.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    There are several problems when attempting to run InDesign on the new Apple M1 processors and the new Apple OS 11x.

    Things have improved with the newer releases since your original post, but frankly it will be a few more months before all the glitches between Apple and its software vendors (aka, Adobe and others) are worked out.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Paste
    Paste without Formatting
    Paste Into
    Paste in Place

    are all there in the edit menu. In order to use/see them, you must have something copied to the clipboard and ready to paste.

  16. 104 votes

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    In the same vein, also allow top/bottom page layouts in addition to the tradition left/right orientation.

    Examples: a wall calendar, a spiral-bound book bound at the top rather than the side (horizontal/landscape layout). See pictures.

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    Under Review  ·  Abhinav Kaushik responded

    Thank you all for your feedback and votes on the feature request.
    We are currently looking into this important feature request. As part of the evaluation, I would be reaching out to some of you to gather deeper insights.
    Please help us by providing your valuable inputs and feedback.

    Regards,
    Abhinav Kaushik (AK)
    Product Manager, InDesign

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Our government, academic, and corporate clients (and us too!) would love this...but the files can't be uploaded to someone's cloud server...not even Adobe's.

    They'd be willing to pay for a self-hosted edition of Publish Online.

    In fact, I'd bet that this feature would revolutionize the publishing world, just as Acrobat did 30 years ago.

    Think about it, Adobe.

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