Adobe Systems Incorporated today rolled out updates to their publishing flagship product, InDesign CS4, and its partner program InCopy.
This update fixes many previous issues in the areas of Scripting, Master Pages, Digital Editions, Import/Export Graphics, as well as other miscellaneous issues. Read the release notes (pdf) for a canonical list of fixes.
This update does not address certain issues running Adobe InDesign CS4 on Mac OS X Leopard (v10.5.1-v10.5.5):
- The Cmd-H keyboard shortcut doesn’t work to hide the InDesign application.
The Place, Save, Save As or Export commands may cause crashes when using either the Adobe or the OS dialog box.
As a means of fixing these issues, Adobe recommends upgrading to Snow Leopard, OS X 10.6.1.
This update provides fixes several issues in the areas of hyphenation, INCX import as well as other miscellaneous issues.
As mentioned above for InDesign, this update doesn’t address the same Leopard issues, and again, Adobe recommends upgrading to Snow Leopard – OS X 10.6.1 – to solve these problems.
Both updates are available using the Adobe Updater service from with your Creative Suite applications.