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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    UTF-8 supports less characters. That’s why UTF-16 is the better choice

  4. 163 votes

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    @jeiclaudio the solution for the absence of line breaks can be (sort of) solved in the following way: make a Text Style (“force line break”) that streches a character to 2000% (the maximum amount). In the Paragraph Style add a GREP style looking for any double or more spaces (\s{2,}) and assign the Text Style you just made. When you add a double space in the data base the spaces will strech beyond the frame edge on the right forcing the text after the spaces to ‘break’ to the next line. (If two spaces don’t do the job just add a few more spaces and it’ll work, I promise :) Oh and emojis can also be done with GREP styles using a dedicated ‘emoji’ font (not full color though).
    Good luck!

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  5. 16 votes

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    The fix for this issue is available in the InDesign PreRelease build(v19.5.0.030) and above. Please check if the issue now stands resolved.

    Download/Update the latest InDesign PreRelease build in Creative Cloud under the “Prerelease” category(Refer to “Prerelease_CreativeCloud.png” for reference)

    Please apply to the InDesign PreRelease in case you don’t have access to InDesign PreRelease build – https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/C6DFA254-C40C-4EEB-8F6D-F4AEDA2E6171

    If you still encounter any issues, please drop a mail to sharewithID@adobe.com.

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    on my Mac with MacOS Sanoma 14.5 icw InDesign 2024 version 19.4.0.63 is not working with data merge and images. The path delimiter : is not working anymore. This is critical for me since I work with Data Merge daily.
    Same file works flawless in InDesign 2023 regarding te images. Some data fields I have to repair (re-assign).

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  6. 10 votes

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  7. 40 votes

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    For now I made an automated task using GREP. I explain this all in an online video (speaking Dutch, sorry :] ). You can find it here: https://www.rolandmol.nl/blog/prijzen-schuin-doorstrepen/
    The solution starts at 2:40 :)

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    Hey Jens,

    By far the best option at the moment is the script 'Batch convert/export' by Peter Kahrel. I use it every single day and does almost exactly what you describe and much more. The only downside (if that really is one) is that it always exports all open InDesign files. Something I tend to forget now and then. Read the manual well. It takes a little while to understand all the possibilities but once you do you will ask yourself how you could ever have done without it. And because it's a script you can also assign a keyboard shortcut to it to make things even easier for you :)

    https://creativepro.com/files/kahrel/indesign/batch_convert.html

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    Fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign 2020 – that is, InDesign 15.0.1

    In the Creative Cloud Desktop application, click on the Updates section on the left. You should be able to see the Update available for InDesign. Please update your InDesign application to this version to try out the fix.

    Let us know in the comments section if you face any problem with the updation process.


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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    InDesign CC : 2020 / 15.0.0.155
    MacOS : 10.13.6
    MS Excel : 16.30 for Mac

    When importing an Excel sheet containing dates to InDesign, all dates are displayed as zero's: 0/0/0

    Any date format fails to import properly.
    Only when using formula =text(TODAY();"dd-mm-yy") the date is imported correctly (because I force the date to be imported as literal text)

    For now that is the workaround. Please correct the bug.

  11. 18 votes

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    FYI keyboard shortcuts can also be assigned to single scripts :)
    So: Cmd-E for export and for example Cmd-Ctrl-E for batch_convert.
    As I said: I use it every day :)

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    Hi Jeff,
    Have you ever heard of the script 'batch_convert.jsx' ? It's a free script by Peter Kahrel. https://creativepro.com/files/kahrel/indesign/batch_convert.html

    This script exports to PDF and a lot of other interesting things. In this script, amongst other settings, you can choose to overwrite existing files (or not) and it works like a charm. I use it every day.

    Give it a try. You'll be surprised what this script can do for you! :)

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  13. 63 votes

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    @kat - I'm running into the same problems: clients changing the PDF filename and then I have to guess which original it was. My best solution is to save my InDesign and PDF files always with the date in the filename. 181126 would be for today. When my client returns one year later I can open up the pdf and always retrieve the original creation date. That creation date will be my starting point for the search. Always bingo :)

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    Roland Mol DTP Solutions commented  · 

    I see a lot of ideas when it comes to PDF export and file naming behavior. All ideas could come together in 1 overall feature. In the left export column can be added an extra option called File naming.

    The option containes the ability to force InDesign to use the original filename and you can choose extra options for naming. Such as prefix and/or suffix. Here you can also select the option to export single pages or spreads to PDF

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    Closed: Fixed  ·  Anonymous responded

    Hi All, this feature is now added in the latest version of InDesign i.e. InDesign 13.1.

    You can upgrade your InDesign to get access to this feature.

    Regards
    Javed

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