Big Sur and InDesign not highlighting file name when doing Save As

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Apr 30, 2022 Apr 30, 2022

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Hello! I just recently upgraded to Big Sur and I'm slowly regretting it but Mail kept glitching and forced me into it. Anyhow, here I am...trying to work out all the lovely nuances. My biggest "ugh" is that now when I do a "Save As" in INDD it now randomly highlights the file name where you can just begin typing a new file name without having to click and highlight. So I updated to 17.2.1 hoping that would fix it but it doesn't. Has anyone else noticed this? I am constantly creating, saving as, etc all day long and this really slows me down not being able to just start typing. Before Big Sur it always highlighted the file name.

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May 01, 2022 May 01, 2022

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The screenshot looks like Acrobat, I don't think the "Save As" has changed in InDesign.

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May 01, 2022 May 01, 2022

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Hi Derek,

I did screen grabs of two INDD "save as" tries and opened them in acrobat so I could do one screen grab of side by side. I should have cropped out all the acrobat stuff. 🤦🏻‍:female_sign: 

you'll see one where the file name is highlighted, one where it isn't. It randomly does this and I can't figure out if there's a reason for it or it's just a bug. 

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