I expect there is an efficient method for identifying the offending chapter files in my book that result in the following warning during EPUB generation:
"The file was exported but one or more problems were detected:
Drop caps, Run-in style, Line style, and GREP style applied as style overrides are ignored. These are only supported in paragraph styles: 2 found."
To identify my offending book chapter files I have used Find/Change in search of specified styles with its search: "All Documents" selected.
I observe, however, that FindChange search "All Documents" behaves the same as Find/Change search "Document". That is, I can have all book chapter documents open, or only one book chapter document open, and Find/Change searches through only a single document, no matter if "All Documents" is selected or "Document" is selected.
Is this broken scope behavior of Find/Change a known InDesign bug or am I overlooking the proper method for identifying problematic chapter files in my book?
Observation: My book contains over fifty files and the brute force debug approach using InDesign Find/Change does not seem reasonable. I mean, the brute force approach to open and search each individual file for Drop caps, Run-in style and GREP style... is wasteful and worse.
Thanks for your help and any suggestions you may offer.
I find it's best to keep things as simple as possible with reflowable text ePubs, maybe drop dropcaps. Also how items look can vary a lot from reader to reader. It's important to try your ePub on various actual reading devices.
I recomrnend FlightDeck to check and validate your ePub.