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    The fix of the issue is now available in the latest InDesign 2024(v19.5.0.084). We recommend you upgrade to the latest version for the fix.

    Kindly update the data source file with the POSIX style path in Macintosh to work with data merge functionality smoothly. Please refer to the helpx https://helpx.adobe.com/in/indesign/using/data-merge.html to know more about the difference between HFS and Posix style paths.

    You can get the actual POSIX path of a file by right-click it in the Finder while holding Option (or right-click, then press Option) > Copy as pathname menu. This can help you explore the correct POSIX paths to ensure you're using them correctly.

    Note: Relative path as such /<foldername>/<filename> is no longer supported after the fix, as it considers the starting “/” as an absolute path. Instead, the recommendation is to omit the starting “/” and use <foldername>/<filename> instead or any of the other existing ways to access the…

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    Johannes Eichberger commented  · 

    Hi,

    I have found a workaround for this issue. Using Excel or Google Spreadsheets, you can URL-encode your texts, then data-merge them, and finally decode them with a script:

    https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/how-can-you-get-text-including-emojis-into-a-data-merge-document/m-p/10560859#M149770

    It has some limitations though, e.g. non-text content is stripped from text containers, such as images and tables. One could surely extend the script to fix this.

    Regards,
    Johannes

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