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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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    Anonymous commented  · 

    In the release notes for version 16.0.1, there's no indication that this issue was fixed. Have y'all given up? Please post a new update in this bug thread—the latest one as of today is from March 5. This issue is causing so many problems. Your customers deserve a response.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    @Ravi Kiran, please tell us what's going on. Has this really been in review for six months and change with no resolution? We're going to have to stop using InDesign if this isn't resolved.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Adobe, please fix this, or at least provide an update. In certain publishing contexts, a dropped footnote can be serious business (think legal consequences, for example).

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