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    Need more info  ·  Anonymous responded

    Hi All, thanks for this feature suggestion.

    If I understand this correctly the idea here is that you need a faster way to be able to apply Master Pages to the various pages in the document. One use case is that you want to apply a particular master page to Even and Odd pages.

    Are there other such scenarios too, where you need more support. It would be helpful if you can mention other such scenarios.

    Thanks

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    Evan commented  · 

    Open indesign but don't open any documents. When no docs are open, any changes you make to the toolbars/panels will be saved as the default after you quit the program. So just click and hold on the color theme tool to switch it to the eyedropper. Quit indesign. Reopen it. Eyedropper will now show as the default tool.

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    Evan commented  · 

    I would love this as well. Even getting simple perspective adjustment abilities on image frames would be great. One use example: we often design little thumbnail clusters of mockup tablets or magazine covers arranged in 3D perspective. The arrangement often stays the same, but we need to swap in updated magazine cover images. Right now to keep 3D perspective we have to build them in Photoshop and update smart objects. It works but is an extra step. Would be awesome to handle that all in InDesign, and the existing "Skew" transformation is not enough to simulate true "vanishing point" perspective.

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    Evan commented  · 

    Would love this! We almost always build our web assets in indesign because A) we are usually adapting them from pre-existing print campaigns built in InDesign and B) For 90% of the designs we create, InDesign is just an easier tool to use than Illustrator or Photoshop. But when it comes to exporting, right now we're stuck with the very limited JPG/PNG export settings, which yield larger than necessary files sizes, or we have to export at high-quality and then web-optimize them later with a different program. Would be much easier if a true save-for-web was built-in.

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    Evan commented  · 

    Agree. The way it works now is equivalent to a taxi driver asking you what address you would like to go to....before informing you that his cab actually has 3 flat tires and can't move. I know the info is available in the preflight panel, but that's not an excuse for bad logic. And I know many of us work often with the preflight panel turned off for performance reasons.

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