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

    Hello All,
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    We have fixed the issue in the latest version of InDesign, Id 15.0

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    Noisy Bird commented  · 

    Should I also mention that I have also just discovered that khmer script justification is working normally with hum hum QXP... Which I sadly have stopped using years ago, because of its price. I did not see myself learning it back again, I don't have that much time, and I am so used to inDesign, but if I have another big book project in khmer language, I might have to reconsider!

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    Noisy Bird commented  · 

    Yes, the Adobe World-Ready Paragraph is definitely bugged and broken with khmer script. The letters are exploded inside and outside of the text boxes margins when justifying. Strangely enough, this does not happen when you use the regular Adobe Composer, but then the subscripts are broken (except for one font which seems to work, the Khmer OS MetalChrieng). So for now, the only solution is to align to the left and use manual spacing to justify. It is of course very time consuming to do it on each page.
    It is also quite sad that this bug has not been addressed for 6 years now! Especially knowing that it was working before. I wish there was a way just to use the former composer engine with the current version of InDesign.

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