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The fix for this issue is now available in the beta builds of InDesign. You can download the latest beta build from Download section of InDesign Prerelease portal.
1. Go to https://www.adobeprerelease.com
2. Log in with your Adobe Id.
3. Once logged in, search for “InDesign CC Prerelease” program in the list.
4. Click on the program to join the same.
5. You can now download the build (184.108.40.2061) from “Builds and Plugins” section on the page.
6. The steps for installing the build can be found in the release notes
Agreed, this is a truly frustrating bug. Love the new fonts dropdown but not this aspect!
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I disagree. The ideal workflow is to send the printer a PDF, in which case all images will already be converted during the export process.
On the rare occasion that you do need to send images to printer as part of a package, it's actually better that they're sent as RGB and converted in-RIP as they'll be converted using the optimum settings for that particular machine.
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Photoshop 2019 just added this very feature. It would be great if the different product teams worked more closely to keep the interface conventions the same from app to app, so you don't need to remember which does what.