Yes yes yes yes yes! Thank you for fixing the PDF comments thing, which forced me to work with Acrobat on one screen and Indesign on another to succeed. Next up is the same kind of issue with accessibility for screen readers. At present, one must start the work in InDesign, then to a bunch of clean up in Acrobat. I expect to always check my work in Acrobat, since it's what my client will experience the document with. I would like to do more of the work in InDesign--and it would be great to have these checks, in InD, too!
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It would be wonderful to have a Preflight pre-set that I could turn on, which would check for errors before exporting to a tagged PDF for screen readers. I do this *ALL THE TIME* and would love to be able to do more of the work in InDesign, versus hoping for the best then cleaning up in Acrobat.
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I coordinate publications for a regional office of a federal government agency. I'd love to use Publish Online but am not able to until the product is compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act--echoing the other comments here. It was really cool to see Publish Online at AdobeMAX this week. Sure would love to have something like that with accessibility features!
There are two kinds of people in the world--those with disabilities and those who do not have them *yet*. Any one of us could need these features a year from now. Providing them now for those who do is the right thing to do! Thank you, InDesign Team for working on this!