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I thought I had posted a similar request before, but a search is not turning it up.
I would like a setting called "Minimum Line Length" which would work in conjunction with Paragraph Composer to ensure that the last line of a paragraph exceeds a certain length, e.g., to meet the common requirement that the last line passes the length of a paragraph indent. Paragraph Composer would come into play not only in helping to meet the minimum length but by ensuring that the maximum Word Space is *not* exceeded in doing so.
We are looking at this issue. But because of its intermittent nature, we are unable to reproduce the issue.
Can you share the sample files with which you are facing the issue?
Are there any specific softwares installed on your system?
You can mail me the files and information at email@example.com
Appreciate the offer, Aman. As it turns out, our production dept recently ran into this problem again ("hn" pairs got turned into capital U with acute mark, Ú). My company would require a non-disclosure agreement to be signed (in addition to us getting client permission) before we could share the files. I have sent you a back channel email. Thanks again.
Aman, the problem is that the bug cannot be reproduced by taking some specific steps. The bug has been reported in the Adobe Forums multiple times for the past 7 years. It may be "rare" but if you are a company producing 1000s of titles per year, that so-called rarity is not rare enough, and when dealing with titles that will get 5 and sometimes 6 digit print runs, even once would be too much/expensive.
For more details, why don't you read this thread which has the most thorough explication of the issue: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/792075
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Adobe InDesign team