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    Need more info  ·  Anonymous responded

    Thanks for making this request. In order to understand the use-case more better I have a few questions:

    1. Whats the role of the different people working collaboratively on the same file. Are they always only designers or are other personas also involved.
    2. What is the use-case here, some parts of this request suggest an Editorial collaboration whereas others suggest collaboration amongst different designers. I am trying to separate these 2 requests out.
    3. What are the different kind of files (brochures, books, magazines etc) for which this is required.
    4. Does it need to be a web based service, or having the user be able to collaborate on one shared file using InDesign or InCopy on the Desktop will work? What is the advantage you feel over a web-service over the desktop app?
    5. How do you workaround this need today? What are the most important problems with…

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Lol this is already 3 years old. I think a field to enter a HEX value would be nice, too, additionally to a HSB slider.

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    1 comment  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Share for Review  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    After doing a Share for Review, if you Close the document without Saving it, the review link is not present in the document, that’s why when you reopen it, the Review panel is empty and says ‘Create Review’.

    So, the way Share for Review works is like this:
    - If you are opening an already saved document and sharing it for review, after doing the share for review, the document becomes dirty, so Save it before Closing it. Otherwise, let the document remain open. Once you receive notifications of comments, open the document to see all the comments in Review panel.

    - If you are creating a new document, making your designs and sharing it for review and you keep the document open, the comments made by reviewers are visible in the Review panel.


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    5 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Crash  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Hello Sanyam Talwar,

    I'm currently running InDesign 2020.1.1(v15.1.1.103) and tried to recreate the bug with the same result: InDesign immediately crashes.

    Here are the steps again, justto clarify:
    1) Insert two textframes into a bigger one as inline-anchored objects.
    2) Have them not separated by a linebreak or whitspace – they have to be in the same line right after each other.
    3) The Outer Textframe is not as wide as both of the anchored frames combined, so they'll appear not next but under each other in the textframe.
    4) Fit one of the smaller frames to its contents by double clicking the middle anchor-point of the frame or alternatively hit the button "Fit frame to contents" in the action-bar on the top.
    5) Indesign immediatly crashes.

    The problem works still the same as in my original video.

    Attached you'll find an indesign document for demonstration. You just have to fit one of the inner frames to its content and the software crashes.

    It seems that i cant attach any files, so here is a downloadlink:
    https://transfer.stuenings.de/IgMCPF

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    I'm using InDesign 15.0.2

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    39 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Share for Review  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Workaround that will get the Share for Review panel working again:

    1. Close InDesign.
    2. Bring up the Creative Cloud Desktop (CCD) and sign out.
    3. Launch InDesign and sign in here (not from the CCD).
    4. Create a new document in InDesign.
    5. Open the Share for Review panel.


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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I took another look at the bugs and now think they're separate.
    Here the separate bugreport:
    https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/40565998-crash-when-fitting-frame-to-content-on-an-inline

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    Hi,
    Today i noticed that InDesign crashes when I fit the textframe to its contents, when that textframe is placed as "text" inside another textframe not separated by paragraph breaks.

    I have a file that has one textframe for the main column. In it I placed several smaller textframes with more than one column as textelements.
    I didn't separate them by a space or linebreak. When fitting one of the smaller frames to its content by double clicking the lower reference point in the middle to get rid of whitespace inbetween the smaller frames, indesign crashes immediatly.

    When adding linebreaks inbetween the individual textframes inside the main one, the "fitting frame to content"-action works fine.

    Attached is a video of the problem.
    If you have any questions feel free to ask.

    Please fix the problem.
    My company is using these textframe-in-textframe solution as templates to automatically populate the frames with text using a script. When executing that script Indesign crashed and we had to go look for the issue. Fixed the templates by adding linebreaks.

    It seems like those are similar bugs so the reason for them could be related, or do you guys think its a separate one? Ill open another ticket then.

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    13 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » UI  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think this issue goes even beyond the preferences panel; there are several settings you can set with buttons in the menu-bar.
    Depending on if you have a document open or not, it sets that setting as document specific or global.

    For example, the display performance setting can be set globally in the preferences panel or the menu bar (when no document is open). If a document is open, the button in the menu bar sets the display performance only for that document.

    When chosing a setting in the menu bar, we need indicators, if those settings are refering to the document or the actual preferences of InDesign.

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