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This issue has been fixed in the latest update of InDesign 2022 - version 17.3
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The fix for this issue is available in the latest InDesign release 16.2.1
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Adobe InDesign team
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Thanks for the suggestion. We have started to explore this feature. Will share more details soon
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This issue has been fixed in one of the updates to InDesign.
Adobe InDesign team
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.
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Thank you all for the votes.
Can you help us understand the key problems that you face in the absence of ability to send an anchored image backwards?
What’s the current workaround that you have to follow?
What are the use cases wherein you need that the text appears specifically on top of inline anchored image?
This information will help us evaluate the functionality better.
This has been done to preclude any new entries for CFBundleTypeOSTypes. The previous release, CC2018 had CFBundleTypeOSType as IDdD but for the new release, we have not created the new OSType entry as IDdE rather kept the previos entry intact.
Apple had deprecated any entries of the form of CFBundleType from 10.5 and now recommends using a UTType(Uniform Type Identifier) entry instead of creating CFBundleType entries. We might choose creating UTTypes in the future. However, for now we have stopped creating separate CFBundleTypes for the new releases.
It would helpful to know from you as to how you use these entries in your workflows so that we can suggest you an alternative.
You may reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Am moving this issue as a feature request. The idea here is to achieve an effect like: https://app.box.com/s/2eflfbxwychhln9f34tpf0yyw898w5dh
Currently this can be done by turning off the bottom border of the last frame and top border of the first frame.