Hi, can anyone please help on this?
I'm working in Indesign CS4 (via a cloud server called DTI - Digital Technology International) and have set up an extensive library of graphics - many of them have preset text boxes with specific fonts in specific styles, effects and sizes etc.
When I drag them to the page, some graphics appear with their text boxes empty. It appears that pagespeed has defaulted some of those text boxes to Photo, so I tried reverting them back to Text, and they do revert back to text box status, but the text itself is still missing. Since I have dozens if not hundreds of these graphics and text boxes, retyping the text back in is not something that I'm prepared to do until ALL avenues have been exhausted)
I have found a workaround in which I drag the library item to a new page that is not assigned to a news plan, and then copied it back to the original plan. But it's not ideal as a long term solution - does anyone have a simple fix for this?
If anyone can advise I'd be extremely grateful.
Maybe that the used text style or on text style on which it is based might be defined in a different way in the new document than it was in the document where the library item was created from. In a conflict it would always take over the style definition from the host document rather than from the source document.
Hi Willi - thanks for replying. I'm not quite sure what you said, but I am working with tech on this and have forwarded your comment - hope it will help. Thanks very much!