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    Hugo Miramontes commented  · 

    Is this one of those features that were taken away on the Windows version? I can't check on Mac right now, but I remember being able to resize that menu in Windows and now I can't.

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    115 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hugo Miramontes commented  · 

    Yes, this is happening to me too! I find myself drawing a box with the move tool sometimes instead of the type tool. It seems to happen when there's a pause in the program such as loading something in the background or switching to preview.

    Here's how I can get it to happen fairly consistently. I think the busier the document, the more it will occur.
    Be in preview mode with the Move tool selected.
    Press T, then W, and then drag. The actions should happen quickly after each other.
    At some point, sometimes, the tool will have switched to the Move tool and a selection box is made instead of a type box because of the sudden tool change. I get the loading cursor sometimes and that's when it's more likely the tool will change.

    This is on Windows 7 as well, though it seems it's happen on other system configurations as well.

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    1 comment  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hugo Miramontes commented  · 

    Just want to bump this with more information since the behavior is the same on CC 2019.

    This is a choice between one way or the other. Do you want to just paste just body rows, or paste a whole table, headers and all?
    If lines of tab-spaced text are copied and pasted into a row of a table, even in the designated header row, the text will fill in past the header and into the table rows and even the footer. Should this be intentional? Selections normally aren't allowed between header, body, or footer sections.
    Additionally, if a footer row exists, then body rows won't be auto created if the pasted lines of text in the body rows exceed the number of body rows available. Footer rows would be created in this case, which doesn't seem as intuitive.

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