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I was trying out GoProof, but found it wouldn't work for what I need right now.
However, after uninstalling through the exchange, and even deleting files manually on my mac (macOS 10.15.3), I'm still seeing the green text icons from the extension while I'm editng in Normal screen mode.
TOTALLY annoying. (screenshot attached) Anysuggestions?
Did you try deleting the InDesign Caches folder?
On OSX it is /Users/username/Library/Caches/Adobe InDesign/Version X.0
Just tried on your suggestion, thanks, but nope, still there. I even deleted the Chache files, and restarted before checking. I appreciate the suggestion, or any other you might have 😉
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Oppolis Software was pretty quick to respond with a solution. I just had to search for "Oppolis", instead of GoProof in my InDesign library, and remove all the extensions and plug-ins manually. Seems to have worked 😉
I just figured out if you go to the Creative Cloud desktop app to Manage Plugins, you'll see the GoProof box, and it will say installed. There are 3 dots next to it, and if you right click on them, you can do a "real" uninstall. Finally got it out of my InDesign!
Great to know and here is a screenshot for others (it's found under the Marketplace tab).