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    The issue reported is at Apple’s end.
    Hence, Apple is recommending to update macOS to 10.15.x version in order to resolve this issue.

    Please update your macOS to Catalina. If you still face this issue in macOS 10.15 do add your comment in this thread.


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    Brian Brunsting commented  · 

    The particular case you mention, if I am understanding it correctly, can be done with variables. My assumption is that you have the chapter number and title on one line in the book as well as the running heads. If that isn't the case, just having a separate variable for each paragraph style and placing those both in the running heads would work. Multiple variables can be used side by side and uniquely formatted.

    If those two elements are in one line in the book, this is how I would deal with that:
    First, create two character styles that don't actually need to do anything (one for chapter number and one for chapter title). Then, in the paragraph style you are using for that element, create a nested style that is applied through the first colon (using chapter number character style) and then create a second nested style applied through an "end nested style character" (using the chapter title character style), which will just run through the rest of the paragraph since that character isn't there. Then create 2 "Running Header (character style)" variables, one for each character style you created. Those variables can then be used side by side in the running heads and have different local formatting applied.

    Hope that helps. I apologize if I misunderstood the issue.

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    Brian Brunsting commented  · 

    For me, it isn't because the color isn't used, but because the color IS used somewhere but shouldn't be. When outputting for press, only certain colors are permitted, but if there are other colors that came in, say from word, and are claiming to be used, I need to make sure that color isn't actually being used for something and will cause an additional color plate to be output. What I do now to find the color is to print plate separations and only select the color that shouldn't be there. That will print every page where that color is used and I can try to eliminate it that way. As others mentioned, though, if the color is only "used" in a style, it won't find it that way.

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    I like this idea but would expand it to include paragraph styles as well. We have a number of paragraph styles that are relative in size to our main text style. This would certainly reduce the number of character styles we use. We currently have a number of character styles we use for 3 differently sized text sections (text, extract, and notes) when needing to use Greek or Hebrew within English text.

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    Hello All,
    Thank you for reporting the issue to us.
    We have fixed the issue in the latest version of InDesign, Id 15.0

    Please upgrade your InDesign application to the latest version to try out the fix.

    If you face any problems with the new update, do let us know in the comments.

    You may also follow the below given link for the list of all fixed issues in Id 15.0
    https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/fixed-issues.html

    -InDesign Team

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