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    Hello All,

    Kindly provide more information about this ask. How do you plan to use the Action Panel in InDesign? Do you want it to work exactly like that in Photoshop? What are the most important actions/operations that you want to record?

    Thanks
    Abhinav Agarwal
    Product Manger – InDesign

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    D Cardillo commented  · 

    It should function like the Actions panel in Photoshop and Illustrator.

    The ability to record menu items and values entered into dialogs, as well as user interface items (layers selected in Layers panel, etc.)

    We regularly have repetitive tasks that need to be performed on long-form documents, and batches of documents, and having to rely on developers to write code as scripts and plug-ins is a *really* huge hurdle to optimizing workflows.

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    CLOSED  ·  amaarora responded

    To identify the cause of this issue, we had started our investigation with the aim to resolve it. You might have also received email from us seeking more details to help in our investigation.

    We’ve concluded our investigation and came up with the finding : Either the issue is fixed in the latest release of InDesign or the issue was intermittent in nature at the time of its reporting and is not reproducible now.

    We recommend you to upgrade to the latest version of InDesign 2020.0.1 (if you’re not already on it). It contains a lot of stability fixes.

    If you still face this issue even after updating to the latest version of InDesign, please submit the crash report to us. (The guidelines to submit crash are available at (https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/submit-crash-reports.html)

    We seek your support in our continual effort to improve InDesign.


    Adobe InDesign Team

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    D Cardillo commented  · 

    Answer: it happens when Layout Adjustment is enabled — or ID thinks it is (see below).

    With no documents open, the Liquid Layout panel has a warning that "Liquid Layout rules do not apply because layout adjustment is enabled for the document. [no document open] Click to disable layout adjustment." Although clicking doesn't do anything.

    Opening the Layout Adjustment settings manually (from the Liquid Layout panel menu) shows the setting is indeed off. (see image)

    Fix: Create a new, blank document. Open the Liquid Layout panel. Ensure Layout Adjustment is off. From that point, it should remain off, and there should be no warning with no documents open that it mistakenly believes it's on.

    Changing the Margins with the Preview checkbox checked in the New Document dialog, both new and legacy functions normally.

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