Return our butterfly! (some angry offtop)

Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 19, 2019

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Always when I open InDesign I have non-controlled aggro. Because I see this - 

 

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Where is butterfly? Who's kill it our loving insect? Church of InDesigners hate you!

 

 

Remember, never say you can't do something in InDesign, it's always just a question of finding the right workaround to get the job done. © David Blatner
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Adobe Community Professional ,
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The opening splash screen was replaced with "creative artwork" a few years back. Can't recall the last version that used the butterfly logo.

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hi George

According to David Blatner at InDesign Secrets, the butterfly disappeared when CS3 was released in 2007. Here’s page with the history of the splash screens:

https://indesignsecrets.com/a-history-of-indesign-splash-screens.php

~ Jane

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Engaged ,
Dec 25, 2019

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Didn't Framemaker 5 or 7 have a book and a butterfly for it's splashscreen I can't remember. I still have the programs somewhere but as I don't have a 32bit computer, the program has been relogated to history for me. It was a good programs for writing  long technial documents that required footnotes and indexing; it excelled.

 

Does the new InDesign handle indexing and footnotes?

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