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    7 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Performance/Usability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    Aman -- When I wrote 'Please go to this page' I should have added 'see under the "The CC display problem" heading'.

    P.

    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    Aman -- Please go to this page:

    http://www.kahrel.plus.com/indesign/compose-greek.html

    You'll see a clear instance of the problem. Part of the problem, anyway: we can no longer set the type size in edittext controls.

    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    Hi Aman. This is in ScriptUI windows.

    P.

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    4 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    The inclusion of ~F in a character class invalidates grep expressions in endnotes.

    InDesign version: 14.0.2.324 (with the GREP fix installed)

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Create a document, add some text and add a an endnote.
    2. Make sure to add a digit followed by any characters and a dot or comma in both the text and the endnote. (I would post a file if this forum accepted them, but it doesn't.)
    3. In the GREP tab of the Find/What window, enter the following GREP expression:

    \d[^.,;~F]+

    And target the document. The expression matches from a digit up to the next period, comma, semicolon, or footnote marker.

    Expected result: The expression should match some text in the main text and in the endnote.
    Actual Result: The expression does not match anything in the endnote.

    To show that it's ~F that's the problem, use this expression:

    \d[^.,;]+

    It matches in the main text and in the footnote, as expected.

    \d[^.,;~F]+

    And target the document. The expression matches from a digit up to the next period, comma, semicolon, or footnote marker.

    Expected result: The expression should match some text in the main text and in the endnote.
    Actual Result: The expression does not match anything in the endnote.

    To show that it's ~F that's the problem, use this expression:

    \d[^.,;]+

    It matches in the main text and in the footnote, as expected.

    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    The inclusion of ~F in a character class invalidates grep expressions in endnotes.

    InDesign version: 14.0.2.324 (with the GREP fix installed)

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Open the attached document (named .jpg because this forum doesn't accept indd files). It contains a single page with text and an endnote.
    2. In the GREP tab of the Find/What window, enter the following GREP expression:

    \d[^.,;~F]+

    And target the document. The expression matches from a digit up to the next period, comma, semicolon, or footnote marker.

    Expected result: The expression should match some text in the main text and in the endnote.
    Actual Result: The expression does not match anything in the endnote.

    To show that it's ~F that's the problem, use this expression:

    \d[^.,;]+

    It matches in the main text and in the footnote, as expected.

    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    The inclusion of ~F in a character class invalidates grep expressions in endnotes.

    InDesign version: 14.0.2.324 (with the GREP fix installed)

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Open the attached document (named .jpg because this forum doesn't accept indd files). It contains a single page with text and an endnote.
    2. In the GREP tab of the Find/What window, enter the following GREP expression:

    \d[^.,;~F]+

    And target the document. The expression matches from a digit up to the next period, comma, semicolon, or footnote marker.

    Expected result: The expression should match some text in the main text and in the endnote.
    Actual Result: The expression does not match anything in the endnote.

    To show that it's ~F that's the problem, use this expression:

    \d[^.,;]+

    It matches in the main text and in the footnote, as expected.

    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    The inclusion of ~F in a character class invalidates grep expressions in endnotes.

    InDesign version: 14.0.2.324 (with the GREP fix installed)

    Steps to reproduce:

    1. Open the attached document (named .ixx because this forum doesn't accept indd files). It contains a single page with text and an endnote.
    2. In the GREP tab of the Find/What window, enter the following GREP expression:

    \d[^.,;~F]+

    And target the document. The expression matches from a digit up to the next period, comma, semicolon, or footnote marker.

    Expected result: The expression should match some text in the main text and in the endnote.
    Actual Result: The expression does not match anything in the endnote.

    To show that it's ~F that's the problem, use this expression:

    \d[^.,;]+

    It matches in the main text and in the footnote, as expected.

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    26 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Performance/Usability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello All,
    Thank you for your patience all this while.
    The fix of the issue is now available and can be downloaded using the link below.
    https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/search-issue-in-long-documents.html

    You may click on the link and follow the quick steps to fix the issue in latest id 14.0.2 update.
    Let us know if you face any problem while using the link.

    Please note that, as of now the fix is available only via KB doc. Installation of the fix via KB doc does not require any action other than what is mentioned in the KB doc. Only prerequisite is that, Id 14.0.2 should be installed before applying the fix.

    -InDesign Team

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    1 comment  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Document/Pages  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    The forum doesn't accept indd zip files, so I renamed the attachment .txt. It is a zip file though.

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    0 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Scripting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    56 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Tables  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Peter Kahrel commented  · 

    Attachments are disallowed (.indd, .idml, .zip). Please fix.

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