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    28 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Graphics/Images/Assets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Caitlyn Scaman commented  · 

    InDesign doesn't properly allow use to place multiple paged pdfs into multiple frames. On Mac, this works, but on PC after you place the first page into a frame, the rest disappear (from beside your cursor) and you can no longer place more. I know how to select import options and place all or selected ranges of pages from a pdf. I also know about the placemultipage script but this places them onto new pages and not into the frames. This issue has also been tested with 2 of my coworkers and they also have this issue only for PC.

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    FIXED  ·  Abhinav Kaushik responded

    Hello All,

    We thank you for your patience all this while.

    Addressing this problem has been tricky for us given the random nature of the issue.
    Determined to resolve the issue, we had launched our investigation into the matter to identify the root cause and fix it.

    Many of you must have received email from us seeking more details about the issue.

    We have concluded our investigation and came up with the below mentioned finding:

    It was found that, most of the times, users were trying to drag an empty polygon which was leading the confusion because the legacy behaviour of InDesign allows dragging of polygon only from its edges or the centre most point.
    If the user tries to drag it from any other position, the object cannot be moved.

    We have tried to improve the user experience in this regard. You can try the same in InDesign’s latest…

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