Release: DocsFlow 2.4.2 for InDesign CS5–CC2014
This release mainly addresses issues with anchored, linked items causing damage to the parent story’s DocsFlow connection.
- Fixes a problem where updating a story containing anchored, linked pictures or text could damage the DocsFlow connection and result in a “missing base snapshot” error.
- Fixes a problem where updating a DocsFlow story would damage the connection of any DocsFlow-managed stories anchored within that story. With this fix, nested, anchored DocsFlow (or WordsFlow, for that matter) content is now supported. For example, an imported Google Docs sheet could now be anchored within a placed Google Docs document such that both the sheet and the document would be linked and either could be updated.
- Fixes a problem where a DocsFlow-managed story placed from a snippet, library, or an IDML file would always have a Story Status of “Text Modified”.
- Fixes a problem where exporting a story with any last-line justification applied could fail with an “Unhandled exception (KeyError)” message.
- Fixes a problem where the “damaged” DocsFlow frame badge would only display if the story hadn’t been edited.
- Fixes a problem where the DocsFlow plug-in would fail to load in CS5, CS5.5, and CS6 on WinXP. (Windows only)