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Insertion point jump during file naming

New Here ,
Mar 10, 2020

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Less of a problem, more of an annoyance. When I'm exporting a file and go to edit the file name, I usually hit the right-arrow key to jump to the end of the name and add on to it. Computer A places the insertion point before the file type, Computer B places after the file type. This started happening randomly (I'm assuming after the OS update; Computer A is Mac OS Mojave, B is Catalina).

 

Is there an option for where the insertion point jumps to?

 

Example: Original name is "file.pdf" I want to quickly name it "file_print.pdf" but keep accidentally typing "file.pdf_print"

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Insertion point jump during file naming

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Mar 10, 2020

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Less of a problem, more of an annoyance. When I'm exporting a file and go to edit the file name, I usually hit the right-arrow key to jump to the end of the name and add on to it. Computer A places the insertion point before the file type, Computer B places after the file type. This started happening randomly (I'm assuming after the OS update; Computer A is Mac OS Mojave, B is Catalina).

 

Is there an option for where the insertion point jumps to?

 

Example: Original name is "file.pdf" I want to quickly name it "file_print.pdf" but keep accidentally typing "file.pdf_print"

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Mar 13, 2020

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Heya,

whats your Finder OS-preference for suffixes? Maybe disableing this could solve the problem:

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New Here ,
Mar 13, 2020

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Hmm, I already have this disabled. When I'm in finder it works the way I expect it to. I'm wondering if there's an option in InDesign.

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