Despite your instructions and screen shots I cannot replicate what you have done.
Can you provide very precise step-by-step on this?
InDesign handles Corners differently since CS3. You will need to adjust your workflow.
Draw a regular Rectangle.
Then use the white arrow tool to move the top left corner to the middle of the frame.
Then go to Object>Corner Options>
Choose Rounded and the size
I'm happy to adjust any workflow to make this work, but that doesn't work unfortunately.
When you move the corner into the middle of the shape the shape changes from a rectangle to a triangle like shape (depending how far you move it), because there are no additional points to hold the remainder of the two sides in shape.
Doing exactly what you said creates these... left is a shape, right is a frame.
Going to corner options doesn't do anything at that point, it won't curve and even if it did it still wouldn't be the shape I'm after.
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Sorry I should have said to add two anchor points first in the middle left and top middle.
Thanks Eugene, what I was missing is that when I go onto 'corner option's' I needed to select the curvey line, as before when I did it in CS3 it was already a curved shape and there weren't other types of edging shapes you could select.
Just to add, that this behaviour has changed starting from InDesign CS5…