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    20 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    linn commented  · 

    It's possible to uncheck "Add …" in the Swatches, Character Styles and Paragraph Styles palettes, thus stopping the Libraries panel from coming up every time I create a new swatch/character style/paragraph style.

    But there's just no way of stopping the little Libraries panel from showing up on startup.

    Why has this panel been excluded from the workspace settings? No matter how I design my workspace, this panel overrides it.

    Please redesign so that the panel follows my preferences regarding which panels I want to see and which not.

    The current design is very annoying, implying that my preferences are not good enough. This is exactly what Microsoft did wrong in the early '00s, turning lots of users against them.

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    Overrideable would be great, for two reasons. Firstly, many (all?) other features are overrideable, which sets a sort of standard. Secondly, this is just the type of feature that needs the option som be overridden; in Word, I often use this setting but just as often I have the need to override it for specific paragraphs, which Word allows.

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