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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Dual view is available already:
    – via the menu: Window > Arrange > Split Window
    – or clicking the rectangle icon in the bottom right of the document window

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    2 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Text/Story/Table  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    In the Table Setup dialog, do the following:

    In the Row Strokes section (2nd tab), choose Alternating Pattern : Every Other Row and then make the First 1 Rows and Next 1 Rows the exact same settings.

    In the Column Strokes section (3rd tab), choose Alternating Pattern: Every Other Column and then make the First 1 Columns and Next 1 Columns the exact same settings.

    In the Table Setup section (1st tab), you can set the Table Border as 0mm and Stroke Drawing Order as ‘Row Strokes in Front’.

    Most probably this should help you get the results you are after. Try this out and let us know if it helps.

    Adobe InDesign team

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Hi Ravi, thanks for your reply. Unfortunately it is not very helpful. As I have written if you use the options in the Table Setup dialog everything works as it should.
    The problem is: when I use the table proxy in the Control Panel to e.g. change the stroke color in one row this affects the stroke drawing order and the previously made settings are overwritten and then cannot be changed again in the Table Setup dialog.
    My workaround to get all row strokes in front is to select all rows and then change e.g. the color back and forth.

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