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    Thank you all for the votes.

    Can you help us understand the key problems that you face in the absence of ability to send an anchored image backwards?

    What’s the current workaround that you have to follow?

    What are the use cases wherein you need that the text appears specifically on top of inline anchored image?

    This information will help us evaluate the functionality better.

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    There is an additional problem. Even when one uses the Hunspell dictionaries, if there is more than one language in the document, one will not be checked. For example, in a document, paragraphs set to English: Canadian are checked but those set to French: Canadian are not. (I tried to attach a file as an example but the upload failed.)

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    There is an additional problem. Even if one uses the Hunspell dictionaries, if there is more than one language in the document, one will not be checked. See the attached file, where paragraphs set to English: Canadian are checked but that set to French: Canadian is not.

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    [cross posted] The fix, as far as my testing shows, is to select the Hunspell dictionary in Preferences > Dictionary … for EACH document. Also, dynamic spelling has to be turned off and on again after switching to Hunspell before it starts working.

    Once Hunspell is set with no documents open, it appears to be the default for new documents.

    Limited testing of the Proximity dictionary suggests that the spelling check stops working when the language set in Preferences differs from that set for a paragraph in a document.

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    I have had the same issue under the same conditions. It seems to have started after I updated to 15.0.2. The fix, as far as my testing shows, is to select the Hunspell dictionary in Preferences > Dictionary … for EACH document. Also, dynamic spelling has to be turned off and on again after switching to Hunspell before it starts working.

    Once Hunspell is set with no documents open, it appears to be the default for new documents.

    Limited testing of the Proximity dictionary suggests that the spelling check stops working when the language set in Preferences differs from that set for a paragraph in a document.

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    I agree. Flexible design in tables is important. See Diane Burns' video, InDesign: Using shapes to change cell corners, on lynda.com for another way to do this. Not sure if would be easier to update than Tim's method. Engineers, the popularity of this video indicates that there is a market for this feature.

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    Under Review  ·  amaarora responded

    Thanks for reporting the issue. We are reviewing it

    -InDesign Team

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    Additional information: char. style is retained if passage is moved using drag and drop.

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    Lindsey Thomas Martin commented  · 

    The behaviour when there are non-spanning footnotes in the columns is odd (and not useful): to show the rule between footnotes, one has to apply a negative value to the end of the rule and adjust this each time a footnote is added to the second column. When the value is zero, the rule is cut off above the first footnote in the second column.

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