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I want a generic command to repeat the least command I executed. Like control-Y does in the much-hated MS Word....Saves time.10 votes
An error occurred while saving the commentAndrewtb333 commented
Yes! F4 is one of the most useful things in Word. Much of what I do in InDesign is one-off, so while I might use styles, I won't necessarily have shortcut keys set up for them. For a large amount of styles this would be impractical anyway. In Word I tend to go through and apply a style at a time: apply body, then click-F4-click-F4-click-F4 all the way to the end. Then back to the top, apply Bullet 1-F4-click-F4 etc. Very fast!
I have assigned F4 to "Transform Sequence Again Individually" for when I am doing org charts, as you can change the size of a box then change others to match. It would be good if this "transform again" functionality could be extended further to styles, manual text formatting, etc.
I was doing some diagrams showing a rail line that had bridges over it. The bridges are shown as two parallel lines with white in the middle to cover the rail line. The ends of the bridge need to remain open, so no line. The only way of doing this at the moment is as a single cell table with borders on the left and right (which is what I used) or by drawing two lines and a white box and grouping them (not ideal). I'd post a screenshot but I can't see an option anywhere.