I have a question about Adobe Indesign and its mimetypes.
If I copy some formatted test from MS Word or LibreOffice and paste it on a textfragment in Indesign, the formatted text is pasted correctly.
I found out, that Indesign doesn't accept text/html or text/rtf. There is a different mimetype. I read out the clipboard via c++, but obviously the c++ framework is not able to show the mimetype and especially to show the mimedata.
I want to paste formatted text from a custom application in Indesign(richtext and html aren't accepted) and out of this reason I want to see the mimetype and the mimedata(xml?), which is transmitted between indesign copy/paste-operations or word/indesign copy/paste-operations.
Maybe somebody can help me. I want to see the transmitted data.
This is a technical question not likely to be answered by InDesign users, which is what this forum is for. I'd ask it in the InDesign SDK forum where developers hang out.
Thank you! I'll follow your advice.