Jessie Kendall-Marks

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    8 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Graphics/Images/Assets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jessie Kendall-Marks commented  · 

    Hey everybody,

    You can do a few things to stop the OA panel from annoying popping up: simply drag the OA panel into your docked sidebar of Windows (or panels: i.e. where Pages, Links, Swatches, etc. live).

    If you want to permanently stop it from appearing at all (until you have to trash preferences again, of course) do this:

    1. Open InDesign (don’t open a document, or create new).

    2. Go to the Workspace menu, upper right or in the main menu: Window > Workspace (the tab may read: “Start” as a default when no files are open) — select your preferred Workspace (if you have one already setup).

    3. Drag the OpenAsset panel out of your dock and close it by clicking the little “X” in upper left corner of panel; or if its not in your dock, just close it.

    4. Re-save your Workspace (retitle or just use the same name of your preferred existing Workspace if you wish, it will prompt you to update/save).

    5. Quit InDesign.

    The OA will no longer appear.

    *(If you have to trash prefs due to Mac issues, you'll need repeat these steps, of course).

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    50 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello All,

    Thank you for reporting the issue. Our investigation revealed that the problem manifests in multiple use cases.
    We have fixed the issue in some of the use cases and are currently working on the remaining ones.
    Please update your InDesign to the latest version, id 14.0.3 to try out the fix.

    We shall update here once we have addressed all the remaining use case

    We appreciate your cooperation.

    -InDesign Team

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    Jessie Kendall-Marks commented  · 

    YES! I'm having the same issue — I open a week-old Indesign file, and text is missing randomly from text boxes only on certain pages (boxes look completely blank and I'm not able to highlight the text using my cursor / type tool). The only way I've found to "recover" the text is to select the text box and change the frame outline or stroke color to black, not only does the frame change to black — but, the text appears in black. Very weird. I'm working on a MacBook Pro, OS High Sierra 10.13.6 in CC 2019, Indesign 14.0.1 and the problem is repeated by my teammates in the latest Windows OS, running the same version of Indesign, but I think the PC version is called Indesign 14.0.1 x 64. Is it related to having multiple text and paragraph styles in the same document that might be conflicting? I see this text thread doesn't have many hits and will likely be ignored by Adobe. I wish there was a better way to report bugs with some resolution in mind. I would like to upload a screenshot, but there is no upload button.

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    20 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jessie Kendall-Marks commented  · 

    AGREE! Super annoying Adobe. You cant force people to use this - not every designer is part of a huge ad agency sharing assets. I'm also tired of assets auto-adding every tie I setup a text style or add a swatch — please don't make this the default either — I shouldn't have to uncheck a box to prevent this from happening — better UI is I should have to indicate and CHECK the box if I do want to create a shareable asset.

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    57 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Styles  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jessie Kendall-Marks commented  · 

    Some members on my marketing team are having a similar problem that may be originating from a previous version of Indesign when copying and pasting from files that are only months old (CC 2017 perhaps, and now we're in CC 2018). 2-column text boxes are automatically changing to 1-column text boxes, where the "Text Frame Options" for that object (the text box) are not being maintained. There's nothing under Indesign Preferences to help objects maintain these settings and override this bug, I've tried what feels like everything — and this should be effecting every major publishing company out there — quite a frustration. Adobe tech gurus, please fix fast!

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