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    108 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello All,

    Thank you for your patience all this while.

    This feature is now available in our prerelease builds for you to test and share feedback with us.

    To download and install a prerelease build from the Creative Cloud desktop app, go to Apps > Categories > Prerelease.

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    2. In the Creative Cloud Application, go to Help > Check for app updates.

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    Please download the latest Release notes from the download section of the prerelease portal for more details.

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    Daniel Kither commented  · 

    This sucks – no way to increase UI Scaling on a Mac. Come on Adobe! So inconsistent! UI Scaling is in Photoshop, but not Illustrator or InDesign. I can make the anchor points (nodes) larger in Illustrator, but not in InDesign.

    CONSISTENCY PLEASE!

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    27 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Other  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Daniel Kither commented  · 

    Agree! Come on Adobe, get with the program, seriously.

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    Daniel Kither commented  · 

    AGREE! Adobe, PLEASE FIX THIS!

    So annoying, every time I restart InDesign, I have to manually select the eyedropper tool... AGAIN.

    This has been a problem for so long now, and I just don't understand why Adobe changed the default?

    THE DEFAULT TOOL SHOULD BE THE ONE MOST PEOPLE USE THE MOST... which would be the eyedropper tool, not the colour theme tool!

    Come on Adobe, FIX IT SOON PLEASE!

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    2 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Daniel Kither commented  · 

    I have this error although it doesn't seem to create a missing font issue.

    My particular issue is that if I copy, say, a formatted heading that I want to copy and paste into another heading text box, the formatting completely fails when I paste into the new text box.

    Its as if the very action of pasting text forces InDesign to destroy the size, colour, and weight of the font. What it ends up as is actually pretty random.

    It's a real pain and hopefully will be fixed by Adobe soon because it slows down my workflow fairly dramatically when I don't have the option of quickly copying and pasting (in place) styled text boxes into particular positions on multiple pages of a document. Instead I have to either make new text boxes and set a style manually for each (no quick keyboard shortcut action going on there) or use the eyedropper tool to copy the matching style of text if I'm lucky enough for it to be within the window view, but in most instances, this isn't the case and I have to zoom out, find the style appled to text so I can copy it and drop it nearby and then use the eyedropper tool.

    Lots of mucking around for what should and historically has always been a very simple function which has never given me any trouble before.

    PLEASE FIX!

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