Adobe updates InDesign, InCopy CS4

Adobe released updates for its print publishing applications, InCopy and InDesign CS4.

According to Adobe, InDesign 6.0.1 fixes issues with scripting, master pages, digital editions, and importing and export graphics. The update also fixes a problem where stroke settings for merged table cells get lost when opening an INX file created in InDesign CS3 or earlier.

InCopy 6.0.1 fixes issues with hyphenation and INCX import. Specifically a problem was fixed that caused the application to improperly import the XML backing store when placing InDesign CS3 snippets, incx files and library assets into an indd document.

There are two issues with Mac OS X Leopard that have not been fixed with these updates. Users still can’t use the Command+H shortcut to hide the applications and they may unexpectedly quit when using the Place, Save, Save As or Export commands using either the OS or Adobe dialog boxes.

InDesign and InCopy 6.0.1 are available from the company’s Web site.

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