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    Kenneth C Benson commented  · 

    I guess it's good that Adobe knows about this limitation, but why does this limitation exist at all? About half the hyperlinks in the document I'm working on go over 100 characters. Who decided hyperlinks have to be under 100 characters? If this is intended behavior, then it's not a bug. But it's still annoyingly stupid.

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    Kenneth C Benson commented  · 

    Update: When I save my .indd files to .idml, open them and save them in Indesign 2019 (14.0.3), make a book file in ID 2019, I can export the entire 300 page book (with about 75 placed .ai vectors) with no issue.

    So there is a workaround, but it's really hard migrating all my files back two versions.

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    Kenneth C Benson commented  · 

    I'm getting the same thing. Pure vector .ai files placed in an Indesign file export to PDF perfectly when I export individual .indd files to PDF. But when I combine them in a book and export the whole thing, most (but not all) of my graphics are reduced to 72ppi bitmaps. I asked about this on the ID forum (https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/pdf-made-from-book-file-ruins-illustrator-graphics/td-p/12438224) but haven't gotten any answers yet. I'd love to know the workaround (besides exporting individually and combining with Acrobat, which is what I'm doing now).

    I'm on Windows 10, OS build 19043.1237 (latest, I think) running ID 16.4 x64 (also latest, I think). All graphics in all chapters are found (i.e., not missing) and updated. That said, this looks exactly as if ID couldn't find my graphics and substituted a low-res proxy.

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