Release: DocsFlow 2.0.7 for InDesign CS5/CS5.5/CS6/CC
This patch release addresses issues with updating Google Docs documents from Adobe InDesign (via Update Original) and improves the quality and general stability of updating.
Improves how table conflicts are handled during updates, where a table row or column that’s been deleted on one side of the link is now retained (or resurrected) if the text content of any of its constituent cells has been changed on the other. The resulting “zombie” row/column will contain conflict markers to indicate the edited cells.
For example, if an InDesign user edits the text in a cell in the bottom row and then updates the story with a version of the Google Docs document where that bottom row as has been deleted, DocsFlow will now retain the deleted row and add a conflict marker to the edited cell. At that point, the InDesign user can resolve the conflict (decide whether the row should be kept or deleted) and continue working.
- Fixes formatting problems when multiple Google Docs styles are mapped to the same InDesign style.
- Fixes a problem where merge conflicts could cause an update to fail.
- Fixes a problem where Update Original followed by a regular Update Link could cause the loss of any Notes in the story.
- Fixes a problem where a paragraph styled with [No Paragraph Style] could cause Update Original to fail.
- Fixes a problem where using Update Original with a very long story could cause the update to fail.
- Fixes a problem where using Update Original with a story containing inline or anchored items could the update to fail.
- Fixes a problem where using Update Original with a story containing right-justified text could cause the update to fail.