This is a generic help page on Workspace basics applicable to almost all Adobe creative applications.
Thanks for the reply - much appreciated.
On reading the paragraphs below it mentions Adobe Illustrator - and no mention of InDesign.
I understand it's supposed to be generic - but it looks like it was written for Illustrator.
And it's under the InDesign help pages.
It's a bit confusing for beginers, when they look at the InDesign help pages - and there's references to the Illustrator and InDesign is not mentioned.
But if you're happy with it then that's fine
Eugene, I reported it in the past for Photoshop. Most applications seem close enough, and it maybe save them to write similar pages for each application.
Well if each UI is the same - then it would be matter of taking a different screen shot for each application, and overlay the text already there.
The language used in the help file is confusing also.
Save them time - yes.
Save new users time - no.
It makes sense to have application specific screenshots and content in this page. I’ll work with the respective team and make sure that this page talks only about InDesign.
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