I have a situation where the auto-recovery default option of "yes" in InDesign is resulting in some incorrect data being saved. Is it possible to edit the default recovery option to be "no" rather than "yes"? In my environment, I have a large number of users who hastily click through options rather than reading them.
Not as far as I know.
How does recovering a file save the wrong data?
We have a 3rd party plugin that effectively places a view-only layer of comments made to the page. The layer should never be saved as part of the InDesign page. As long as the page saves correctly, or if auto-recovery is not initiated post-crash, information saves correctly. However, when “yes” is selected, auto recovery recovers empty comment boxes that should only be connected to the 3rd party layer.
Can they be deleted? How do you save the files without them normally?