This release introduces auto-sizing variables, fixes a minor headers/footers update problem, and includes an updated InFlow plug-in.
This patch release fixes problems with the
This quick release fixes data import using AppleScript.
This release enables file import under OS X El Capitan and addresses issues when using posix-style paths on Mac OS X.
This quick release addresses an issue with header/footer updating.
This patch introduces our custom installers and addresses a problem with header/footer updating.
This release adds support for just-released InDesign CC 2015, abandons Extension Manager CC in favor of, for now, a manual installation procedure (see below), improves file path handling, and fixes a few additional problems.
This patch release lets Mac users select any file for import.
This patch release fixes a problem with custom subfield delimiters.
This release adds compatibility with InDesign CC 2014 and a few minor fixes.
This patch release includes a fix for a problem that could cause InDesign to shut down in some OS X 10.6 and 10.7 configurations.
David Blatner has released a brand-new data merge and data publishing tutorial on lynda.com. As with anything by the InDesign Secrets crew, it’s quite well done.
This release adds support for InDesign CC and includes, among other things, a number of new functions for working with strings.
This patch release improves cross-reference handling and primary text flow support.
This update of InData addresses header/footer issues when working with facing pages, adds a new picture positioning option, and makes all flavors of snapshot files selectable again.
This update of InData improves compatibility with FileMaker Pro 12.
This patch release of InData improves compatibility with Primary Text Frames and fixes an issue with wandering header/footer frames in CS6.
We’re pleased to announce a major new release of InData, which, along with various accumulated fixes and improvements, finally adds full support for text anchors, hyperlinks and cross-references.
This release of InData adds support for Adobe InDesign CS6, officially ends support for CS4, and improves the import experience.
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of InData 8.1.9 beta 1 for Adobe InDesign CS6. We’re looking forward to seeing the layouts folks come up with by combining InData with CS6’s new Liquid Layout and Alternate Layout features.
This minor release adds ExtendScript access to InData’s import methods on Mac OS as well as full scripting access to InData’s prototype story and story names.
This patch release addresses issues with scripting, indent-to-here characters, the format() function and CJK systems.
This release simply adds compatibility for Adobe’s 7.5.1 update to InDesign CS5.5.
This release sees the addition of sister-product Xdata’s format() function, support for the &it tag in XPress Tags-styled text and compatibility with InCatalog 6/18.104.22.168 and later.
This release adds unfettered anchored box sizing and includes a couple of minor fixes.
This release of InData for InDesign adds support for InDesign CS5 to that for CS4, drops support for CS2/CS3, adds support for Xtags styled text without requiring the Xtags plugin, adds support for inline picture frame tags in Xtags styled text, and allows you to choose which format of styled text you’re using (Xtags or InDesign Tags) on a per-use basis.
This release of InData for InDesign adds support for missing pictures, and fixes a bug with importing from the clipboard.
(This includes all release notes back to the beginning of the CS2/CS3/CS4 series.)
This release supports InDesign CS2 as well as CS, and features a small set of additions and fixes.
This set of releases fixes a whole raft of bugs, and adds features such as full Unicode support and scripting access to header updating.
This release includes a whole slew of fixes and small features that you’d expect early in the life of a product.