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The InDesign team appreciates your valuable feedback and concerns. These go a long way in helping us make InDesign better for you and update it continuously to cater to evolving user needs. The app bar design was changed as part of these improvement efforts, and will also help us in introducing some modern and exciting functionalities which we have been working on.
While doing this, we have taken care not to remove any existing functionalities which were available in the previous App Bar design. These have only been relocated – either grouped along with similar functionalities (based on results from our user research) or shifted to improve usability (to provide a consistent experience) while working across Creative Cloud apps, especially Photoshop (Ps) & Illustrator (Ai), which are frequently used by InDesign users. We do understand that it takes time & effort in adopting these but we sincerely hope that the…
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The changes to the top bar are not terribly helpful. It might be a good idea to ask customers who have been using your products for 30+ years what they need before eliminating features. The same sort of thing happens with the OS interface too and it is such a productivity killer.
Those of us in book publishing are extremely alarmed that Adobe will not be supporting Type 1 Postscript fonts starting in 2021. Our entire backlist of books is our greatest asset. Selling them is how we can stay in business. The ability to make corrections to them, as needed, is imperative. What's your plan for a work-around on that? If we can't make corrections to older books in our backlist without reflowing text, then will we all be forced to revert to Quark Xpress?. If you think the publishers are upset, wait until the print vendors find out! Yikes. :-o