On October 15, Adobe released InDesign and InCopy CC 2019 which adds various new functionality. These are the highlights, for a detailed description please see the Adobe announcement. Smart Styles for Adobe CC 2019 can be downloaded from our website.
Users with a subscription to Smart Styles can use their current serial to activate the new version. Users who bought a new serial number on August 1, 2018 or later, can use their current serial number to activate Smart Styles CC 2019. Users with a serial number bought before that date, can buy an upgrade serial number via the website.
When a designer creates an InDesign document with a specific page size, at times it needs to be changed due to client or printer feedback or due to self-assessment. Once the page size changes, all the elements in the layout have to be adjusted to fit the new size, resulting in resize and realignment of all the frames (text frame, image frames etc.). Similarly, all the content (images, text etc.) in the document has to be resized to fit the readjusted frames. To address this problem, Adobe introduced Adjust Layout feature. This feature automatically adjusts the elements in the layout when the page size or page margin or bleed of the document is changed.
With Content-Aware Fit, we’ve made it easier to fit images into your frames. When you insert an image, InDesign uses artificial intelligence to detect the best parts of the picture, then scales and repositions it so only the best part is displayed.
Add footnotes in Table
There are a lot of scenarios where you might want to insert footnotes in tables, such as
referencing to a text in a table via footnote.
Convert footnotes and endnotes
You can now convert footnotes to endnotes and endnotes to footnotes in your document
Visual font browsing
The Fonts panel now includes various new options to provide you an enriched experience while working with fonts.
Preview Font on hover
With this feature you will be able to preview the font on selected text just by hovering over the font name in fonts drop down.
Support for OpenType SVG Fonts
With this build, InDesign now support the OpenType SVG Fonts. You can now preview the
content in SVG fonts within InDesign and can export the same.
Space between paragraphs of same style
In certain scenarios, you may want to maintain different spacing between the text above the
list, between the list, and after the list. Currently, you have to create and apply three different
paragraph styles to achieve this. With this build, you now have the ability to choose whether the spacing before/after affects the text of the same style or not.
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