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    Hugo Nadeau commented  · 

    I don't see why, in any given situation, having a list in an application with default elements that are impossible to remove can be a good and useful practice for any company. Of course users will always want the choice to determine which elements they keep in their lists. At the very least, place those elements APART from the given list.

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    Hugo Nadeau commented  · 

    I can't BELIVE inDesign is not using relative path as the default feature. Adobe DO create tools to create websites afterall, so they must know about this Internet ABSOLUTE (lol) standard. Even in more modest setups like an individual creator that has only TWO computers, between witch they want to move a document, absolute path would ruin everything. Please change this ASAP yess, it really affect anyone's workflow I'm sure.

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