Feature request: track changes in footnotes (InCopy & InDesign)

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Sep 03, 2018

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I learned today that neither inDesign nor inCopy allow for changes in footnotes to be tracked. I searched this forum and other places and just couldn't make any sense out of it. So, why the hell can't I track changes in footnotes? And why can't I comment either? Footnotes often are an integral part of a book containing full sentences, so why not treat them like normal content when it comes to tracking?? I just don't get it… please, will someone hear me and add this in a new version!?

(if someone has found a workaround, please let me know, too - thx)

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BobLevine Most Valuable Participant , Sep 03, 2018
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Oct 01, 2018

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You could anchor a text frame in the footnote.

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