How about starting a thread listing ePub export bugs all in one place,
so they're easy to find?
I'm exporting out of CS6 ME, Windows 7. Here's 2:
1. If your InDesign document has footnotes, and you've set your document
footnote options to include a suffix, InDesign's ePub export adds the
suffix after the footnote reference in the text, instead of after the
footnote reference in the footnote.
Example: You've told InDesign to add a "." (period) as a suffix, so that
all your footnotes should begin: 1. blah 2. blah. But the footnote
indicators in the document obviously don't need that suffix -- it's only
for the start of footnotes themselves. But in the ePub export, this is
switched. So all the footnote indicators in the text have a period after
them, but in the ePub footnotes there is no period.
2. In InDesign, if you create a paragraph style based on some text, and,
while creating it, you tick on Split Document (ePub Only) -- that
setting isn't remembered. You have to first create the paragraph style,
then click ok, then edit the paragraph style and check the Split
Document checkbox. Only then is the setting remembered.
There are a very large number of bug fixes and enhancements in InDesign CC, due to be released on June 17. They will NOT be included in InDesign CS6:
If they're fixed, so much the better. Let's wait and see.
Although last I checked CC isn't actually available in Israel.
Thank you for pointing these out.
#1 was found and fixed in CC.
We have received a similar report about #2 but it is or yet fixed.