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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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  2. 410 votes

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    129 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    In Backlog  ·  Abhinav Kaushik responded

    Thank you all for supporting this feature request.
    Moving the feature request to the product backlog.

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  3. 434 votes

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  4. 10 votes

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    5 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » PDF Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    This is a CRITICAL shortcoming of InDesign.
    Accessible PDFs that are placed into an InDesign layout are converted to graphics and lose their individual components (body text, headings, tables, figures, etc.) and are merged together as one huge graphic <Figure>.

    What's needed: If a placed PDF is accessible -- that is, live tagged text, individual <Figure>, hyperlinks, and everything else that makes it accessible -- and that PDF is placed inside another InDesign layout, then retain the full accessibility and individual components when it is exported to tagged PDF from the new layout.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    It's 3 years since this was originally requested here in UserVoice.
    And 20+ years since it was requested by the beta testing team and other users.

    It's a HUGE bug in InDesign and affects those who need to anchor graphics for their particular type of documents, namely EPUB, accessible PDF, and exports to HTML and XML.

    Seriously, move this up in the pipeline. Please fix it.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    This is so critical for accessible, tagged PDFs from InDesign.
    It controls the reading order, which i central requirement in PDF/UA-1.

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  6. 11 votes

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    7 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » PDF Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    One more facet of this bug:
    Because the OBJR sub-tag provides the accessibility for those who don't use mice (in other words, provides "keyboard" access), the multi-OBJRs can fail when the keyboard is used. Mouse clicks work, but not the keyboard.

    Please correct this: we need ONE OBJR sub-tag for the entire hyperlink in order for the PDF to be fully accessible to all assistive technologies, especially those ATs that reflow text or use the keyboard to execute the hyperlink.

    The entire URL should be in the <Link> Tag with one <Link - OBJR> sub-tag , not 2 or more <Link - OBJR> sub-tags.

    Multiple <Link - OBJR> subtags can affect accessibility in some assistive technologies, and when the content is migrated to different technologies, such as HTML, XML, EPUB, etc. or when the content reflowed.

    Having the content tagged based on the lines of text as they appear in InDesign is not helpful.

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    No just hyperlinks!
    Any time a PDF is placed in InDesign, it should retain all of these interactive elements when it's exported in the final PDF:
    -- Hyperlinks in the source PDF
    -- Buttons in the source PDF
    -- Accessibility tags and features in the source PDF

    At this time, placed PDFs are treated as "dead" graphics.

    The magazine ads described by Evan are an excellent example of what's needed.
    And accessibility is a huge requirement for government, academia, and general publishing.

    URGENT NEED, Adobe!

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    So critical!
    Especially common problem in long documents, such as reports, where the chart graphic won't fit on the page where it's referenced in the body text.
    We need to be able to anchor graphics (and groups, and text frames) to a spread that is before/after the one where they are visible.

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    Thank you all for the votes.

    Can you help us understand the key problems that you face in the absence of ability to send an anchored image backwards?

    What’s the current workaround that you have to follow?

    What are the use cases wherein you need that the text appears specifically on top of inline anchored image?

    This information will help us evaluate the functionality better.

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    In Backlog  ·  32 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Styles  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    And it needs to work with Acrobat to provide full accessibility in a tagged, accessible PDF. Consult with Leonard R @ Adobe about this.

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  15. 130 votes

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    76 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Closed: Fixed  ·  amaarora responded

    The fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign – version 16.1

    Please update to this version to get the fix. To prevent problem on existing documents and see the footnotes again, you will have to force recompose the stories.
    To force recompose stories, you can use the shortcut Command-Option-/ (slash) on Mac or Ctrl-Alt-slash on Windows

    -InDesign Team

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    Bevi Chagnon | ACP commented  · 

    Similar to Alt-Text, Expansion text is an attribute on a <Span> tag that indicates to screen readers how to voice the abbreviation/acronym.

    Examples:

    MoMA = "mo mah", the Museum of Modern Art in NYC

    USDA = U S D A, the US Department of Agriculture, not "uzdah"

    St. Louis = "saint louis", not "street Louis."

    Louis St = Louis Street.

    1600 PA Ave NW = "1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest", not 1600 pah aave nwah

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