Release: DocsFlow 2.10 for InDesign CS5–CC2017
This release adds support for just-released InDesign CC 2017, improves drag’n’drop, and addresses a few issues with exporting.
- Adds support for InDesign CC 2017. The CC 2017 plug-in requires a valid DocsFlow CC 2017-level license. For licenses purchased within the past 9 months (since February 1, 2016), we’ll be sending automatic upgrade emails as part of Em’s “major upgrade protection” policy. If your license is older than that, please contact our sales department to purchase an upgrade license.
- Adds an alert for when drag’n’drop is used and DocsFlow isn’t signed in to a Google account.
- Displays the Import Options dialog if a document is dropped with the Alt/Option key held down.
- Fixes a problem where certain style mappings could cause an Export to fail.
- Fixes a problem with character styles sometimes not being applied in exports.
- Sets non-zero (2cm, Google’s default) margins for initial Google Docs exports.
- Fixes a problem where collapsing ending paragraph returns could leave multiple returns.
- Exports lists that are more consistent with InDesign’s lists.
- Fixes a problem where incorrect font names could be exported from packaged InDesign documents that use document installed fonts from the package’s Document Fonts folder.