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Forced break search not highlighted in Adobe World Ready Paragraph Composer

Explorer ,
Sep 06, 2020

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Hi,

I have been working on documents with Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer, recently, and noticed a pattern change. 

With "Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer", a search for forced break doesn't highlight the break position at the border:

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However, with Adobe Paragraph Composer, this issue goes away:

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I have "Show Hidden Character" enabled but the problem appears only with Adobe World Ready Paragraph Composer.

 

I shall be grateful if anyone from the community could help me with the issue, and suggest a workaround regarding the same.

Thanks & Regards,

Aman Mittal

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Forced break search not highlighted in Adobe World Ready Paragraph Composer

Explorer ,
Sep 06, 2020

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Hi,

I have been working on documents with Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer, recently, and noticed a pattern change. 

With "Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer", a search for forced break doesn't highlight the break position at the border:

1.JPG

However, with Adobe Paragraph Composer, this issue goes away:

2.JPG

I have "Show Hidden Character" enabled but the problem appears only with Adobe World Ready Paragraph Composer.

 

I shall be grateful if anyone from the community could help me with the issue, and suggest a workaround regarding the same.

Thanks & Regards,

Aman Mittal

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 07, 2020

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Hi Aman,

Works fine for me on 15.1.2, see the screengrab below

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9z9ygfy38476kd0/screen%20recording%202020-09-07%20at%202.37.03%20pm.mov?dl...

-Manan

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Explorer ,
Sep 07, 2020

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Hi Manan, 

Thank you for replying to the post. I am using Adobe InDesign v14.0.1. Could have been a bug which was silently fixed. I will try the new version, and update here accordingly.

 

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Aman Mittal

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Explorer ,
Sep 15, 2020

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Hi Manan,

I tried to test the issue in the new version IDv15.1.2 on Windows OS. However, the issue still persists. If I change the composer to "Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer", it searches forced break at the border, however, doesn't highlight them. Any forced break which is at the border of the frame, gets highlighted but, not the ones at the border.

 

I am unable to understand the issue.

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Explorer ,
Sep 15, 2020

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Hi Manan,

I noticed that the snip video you shared works with "Alignment: Left".

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The moment you change the alignment to "Left Justify" coupled with Adobe World-Ready Paragraph Composer, the search will show Forced break but not highlight it.

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The issue goes away with "Adobe Paragraph Composer".

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