53 votes11 comments · Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Text and Type · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Evan commented
In case it helps you, you *sort of* can already do this, though it's not very intuitive. Go to EDIT >> TRANSPARENCY FLATTENER PRESETS. Click NEW. Give it a name you'll remember like "Outline Everything" Check the box for CONVERT ALL TEXT TO OUTLINES and hit OK to save that preset. Now when you go to export your PDF, in the export options, go to ADVANCED and choose your "Outline Everything" preset from the "Transparency Flattener" dropdown menu. You'll probably have to go back and tweak the settings in your flattener preset a few times to get exactly what you want.
Thanks for the suggestion. We have started to explore this feature. Will share more details soon
Absolutely need this!!! And I'll go further and say the same thing for paragraph styles. So tired of creating so many rigid, repetitive styles for things like [Body] [Body Indented] [Body Shaded] [Body Shaded + Indented]. Would be so much better to create simple global styles for commonly-used attributes like [Intented] [Shaded] and be able to ADD them to any other applied style. It should work exactly like CSS — we can have a paragraph with multiple classes applied, and whenever a conflict exists, the most-recently-applied style overrides the others.
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