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    Thank you all for your feedback and votes on the feature request.
    We are currently looking into this important feature request. As part of the evaluation, I would be reaching out to some of you to gather deeper insights.
    Please help us by providing your valuable inputs and feedback.

    Regards,
    Abhinav Kaushik (AK)
    Product Manager, InDesign

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    That's the behaviour we have with Illustrator files IN Illustrator :

    a. - drag an Ai file to an Ai canvas, from a CCLib, you just placed a linked file.
    b. - ALT-drag the Ai file (into Ai, from the CCLib), you placed the vectors.

    a is editable, b is embedded in the document.

    Same thing in Ps : drag is smart object (and linked), alt drag is pixel layers.

    I'm surprised of that choice for inDesign.

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    One vote here too, thinking of a yearbook or even logos, sharing visuals that are nicely stored in CC libraries would really be practical.

    Workaround so far is to export the cclib, unzip it, rename, reorder visuals… takes ages and is tricky + you have to do it when someone updates your library with new faces/logos.

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    Thank you for your inputs.
    From the comments, I gather that the primary need for this feature arises when we want avoid exporting of “hidden” pages while keeping the pages visible in the document.

    Are there other scenarios as well wherein this feature can help your workflows? If yes, please help us understand such workflows.

    Regards,
    Abhinav

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    Hi @abhinav.

    I made a corresponding request later the same year, and think they could merge :

    https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/35912305-hide-filter-pages-in-pages-panel-and-navigation

    Hide/Filter pages in pages panel AND navigation
    I got myself in a workflow where I would have a document having sections organised like that : title page / content page / title page / content page…
    I have to go back and forth between the content pages, and sometimes between the title pages.
    That helps to compare what has changed and what’s consistent between the pages.
    So I try to not distract my eye by either going to the pages panel or by ctrl-page up with the « title pages » interruption (think about the (now long gone) photoshop cmd-Z to undo/redo and spot differences.

    If Title pages are T1 T2 T3 and Content pages are C1 C2 C3, they’d be « distributed » in the document as : T1 C1 T2 C2 T3 C3…
    I could assign labels to the master pages and would filter the visible pages « all red pages » then my navigation would jump only to the « visible » pages in the panel. They could be either really hidden, or may be grayed out.

    Don’t forget an indicator in the pages panel that some pages are missing.

    On some documents, it could be used as a « progress » indicator : the fewer pages in your pages panel -> the closest the end of the work/day.

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    Since I happen too have too much free time (NOT), I made a readable mockup.

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    It happens daily, and I'm wondering why I didn't take the time to make a feature request out of it.

    My comment here would be

    1. to precise the search scope:
    No Match "in selection" (so you REALIZE clearly it's the wrong (smallest) scope, it happens).

    2. Since it sounds counter-intuitive to make that no match dialog more than an ok box, what about just giving the focus in the scope field, where in 3 up or down key, I could move to document ?

    Actual "after closing OK box state" is focus on "next" button, but still on selection (which won't match anything else, iD just told you)

    Desired state would be a focus on the search field (see last picture).

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    If I can understand a feature needs adoption before reaching the style options, I'm surprised that one year after launch, this is not yet available. It sounds so obvious, and would also impact Data Merge with images.

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    Franck Payen commented  · 

    I think we need this kind of feature that is existing inside Brackets, and, as I've been told, Word. And I know that inDesign's precise text formatting would make it more complicate than in a text only workflow.

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