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    aazebr commented  · 

    No tracking of changes in Footnotes – neither in InDesign nor in InCopy!!!!

    There is simply no rational reason to limit the track text changes function to copy text and headlines – and to exclude Footnotes.

    I mean, what was InCopy designed for? For the collaboration between editors, authors, translators. That is exactely what we do. I cannot understand the idea to exclude the Footnotes from that collaboration. Why? Is there a possibility, that no errors occur in Footnotes? That nothing ever has to be added or shortened or whatsoever in Footnotes? Developing a major software in the market means a huge investment. But putting your true customers into trouble and not changing that means, that Adobe has not understand the needs of their customers. So please, Adobe, eventually remove this limitation, which really causes us tons of trouble.

    If you don't mind you might want to check with other software packages, whether they limit this tool to certain areas of the page or whatsoever.

    Thanks.

    aazebr

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