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  1. 2 votes

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    Seeing the same behavior on macOS 13.5.2 with InDesign 18.5. Had to revert to 18.4 to be able to do any work.

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  2. 4 votes

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    We are seeing the same problem on macOS 13.5.2. Related to this, we also can only create one new document using the "New" new document panel. After creating one new document, if we try to create a second new document, InDesign freezes up and becomes unresponsive. Eventually the attached dialog is shown. At this point the only way to get out of InDesign 18.5 is to Force Quit.

    We have had success using the Legacy new document dialog. We have reverted to 18.4 because InDesign 18.5 is basically unusable for us.

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  5. 14 votes

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    Agreed, content rendered in a Graphite enabled applications with a Graphite enabled font renders much better and closer to what is natively intended. What would it take to get the Graphite rendering functionality in Harfbuzz enabled in InDesign by Adobe? Is it possible this was just an oversight to include Graphite? We're interested in this for supporting Urdu publishing.

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    We tend to see this issue when we are processing a batch of files via a script we have built for InDesign. For example, we have a batch of 70 or 80 .indd files that we want to export the XML from. A script we have will process and export the XML for each .indd file and at some point in the batch (not consistent) we see a file fail the export which stops the script. The errors I included are what we receive when the export of XML causes InDesign to crash. We have also seen the issue with importing XML into a file in a similar batch.

    It is our belief that this issue can be reproduced with a similar sized batch of InDesign files where one would export XML out of each file.

    So to summarize, we do not see this with a specific file, more the batching of files and eventually something in the import or export of XML fails. And we didn't see this on InDesign 17.1, but it has been observed under the circumstances described with InDesign 17.2.

    This is the code snippet we are executing when exporting XML via the script.

    try
    {
    // Set the flag to export Ruby Text if supported.
    myDocument.xmlExportPreferences.ruby = true
    // Export the whole XML file to the specified file name
    myDocument.exportFile(ExportFormat.xml, File(myXMLfileNameToSaveAs));
    }

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    Additional dump files attached.

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    Additional dump file

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    Under Review  ·  amaarora responded

    Thanks for reporting the issue
    We are reviewing it

    -InDesign Team

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  10. 6 votes

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    Yes, XSLT3 would be awesome, we are having to fall back to older conventions in transforms to use with InDesign and its becoming very cumbersome. Better XSLT support would be a huge benefit to our publishing workflow.

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    Bryant Dresher commented  · 

    Any ideas if this fix will make it into a Rapid release build for CC 2017? We have a plethora of additional language support we add in our environment to make InDesign's publishing useful for us. This is a high impact issue to our business.

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    InDesign 2020 includes a new text engine to support five new South East Asian languages: Thai, Burmese, Lao, Khmer, and Sinhala.
    Your documents can now include text composed in these languages.
    Hope you find this new feature useful in your work.

    We’re marking this “Feature Request” as Completed.


    Adobe InDesign team

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