This release enables tagged file import and export under OS X El Capitan and fixes a number of OpenType tag issues (the
This patch includes a fix for the
@$p tag and addresses issues with using posix-style paths on Mac OS X.
This patch introduces our custom installers and addresses problems with licensing, relative box positioning, and picture link generation.
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 release includes minor improvements to product stability and scripting.
This patch release improves compatibility with the Electra LH font family.
This release adds a box fitting enhancement, improves PDF importing, and fixes an issue with inline frames and vertical justification.
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.
This patch release fixes a problem with frame creation on master pages.
This quick-patch release fixes a frame width problem introduced in the 2.0 release.
This major update adds compatibility with InDesign CC, and also includes long-awaited support for object styles and lines. Yes, lines. Woot!
This patch release of Xtags for InDesign provides fixes for tagged text importing and exporting, display updating, and the preferences dialog.
This release of Xtags for InDesign adds a progress bar and support for OpenType features, and addresses a couple of import issues.
This release of Xtags for InDesign adds the ability to size anchored frames to their column and includes several other improvements and fixes.
This release of Xtags for InDesign adds support for InDesign CS6, officially ends support for CS4, improves compatibility with InDesign’s Smart Text Reflow and fixes an issue with the &it tag.
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of Xtags 8.1.4 beta 1 for Adobe InDesign CS6.
We’re pleased to announce that we now have server versions of our popular, field-proven data publishing solutions available for Adobe InDesign CS5 Server and Adobe InDesign CS5.5 Server.
This patch release of Xtags for InDesign addresses a couple recently found scripting issues.
This patch release of Xtags for InDesign addresses tab composition compatibility.
This release extends script label support and includes several critical fixes.
This release adds compatibility for Adobe’s 7.5.1 update to InDesign CS5.5 and fixes problems with scripted object exports.
This maintenance release addresses issues with frame corners and the &it tag and introduces support for character leading.
This release provides a fix for the positioning of imported pictures and adds compatibility with InCatalog 6/18.104.22.168 and later.
Since we forgot to include documentation for one major new feature in our original release notes for Xtags 6/7 for InDesign CS4/CS5 (now fixed), we thought we should call attention to it separately: Xtags now boasts new tags for hyperlinks, cross-references and text anchors. See the updated release notes.
These tags have long been requested, and we’re glad to finally deliver them with this release. Let us know how they work for you.
We’re delighted to announce that both InData and Xtags for CS5 (and CS4) are now officially released, and available for download and purchase from their respective product pages:
InCatalog for CS5 is coming to life in the labs, but is probably still a couple of weeks away from beta test.
This release of Xtags for InDesign adds support for InDesign CS5 to that for CS4 (dropping support for CS2/CS3), adds tags for hyperlinks, cross-references and text anchors, adds support for Xtags import and export through the standard InDesign place/export dialogs as well as drag’n’drop, for above-line and custom positioning of anchored frames, for anchored frame position locking, and improves missing picture handling.
This release of Xtags for InDesign adds standard white and black color names for XPress cross-compatibility, and adds more intelligent handling of non-style-applying @ characters in text (e.g., as used for email addresses).
(This release includes all release notes back to the beginning of the CS2/CS3/CS4 series.)
This set of releases fixes a huge range of bugs and adds improved bold/italic font handling, layer support, object-level scripting support, hierarchical styles, no-content (“none”) frames, updated anchored frame variants with more control, full runaround types on frames, translation tables, macros, tagged text output, and much more.
(This includes all release notes back to the beginning of the CS2/CS3 series.)