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    Damien Lockner commented  · 

    The Library CC panel does have a search input component.

    The same component could be reused in the Swatches and Styles panels to filter items by name.

    As a use case example, the Google material palette counts 254 colors (e.g. Purple 400, Indigo 700)...
    At the moment, the user has to scroll intensively to select a color, or check the current selection.
    Being able to type in "400" would present every shades of the 400 tint.
    Being able to type in "Purple" would present every tints for Purple and Deep Purple...

    This simple text filter feature would bring a huge productivity in my design process.

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    138 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello All,

    Thank you for reporting the issue. Our investigation revealed that the problem manifests in multiple use cases.
    We have fixed the issue in some of the use cases and are currently working on the remaining ones.
    Please update your InDesign to the latest version, id 14.0.3 to try out the fix.

    We shall update here once we have addressed all the remaining use case

    We appreciate your cooperation.

    -InDesign Team

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    Damien Lockner commented  · 

    Scrolling in and out also provides a way to refresh the display and make the text reappear.

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    Damien Lockner commented  · 

    The bug may occur when selecting text. The current paragraph disappears during text selection. Then, on mouse release, the sibling paragraphs of the same style disappear.

    The bug also occurs on a simple click in the text. The sibling paragraphs of the same style disappear.

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