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    I stongly second this! Adobe, make this happen!

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    Need More Info  ·  amaarora responded

    Hi,
    This has been the behaviour since the beginning. See the link https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/object-styles.html where it states “This category is applicable only if the object is an unthreaded text frame.”

    Please let us know any use-cases where this can be beneficial so that we can process this as a “Feature modification request”

    You can ctrl(cmd)+a in a text frame and then apply the paragraph style as a workaround.
    -Aman

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Hi!

    First of all, the behaviour strikes me as unintuitive. Especially funny is that actually the first linked text frame created this way (holding down alt) does, in fact, honour the default Object Style but not the subsequent ones.

    As for a use case, let's say you are flowing a long text and want to have, say, First Baseline Offset set to x height for of all the linked text frames. (Or any other object attribute.) Now, as all the text frames (save the first newly created one) have an OS of [None], there is no way to achieve this other than manually setting the correct OS for each of the frames. Even setting defaults for [Basic text frame] is useless, as the OS for the frames in [None].

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