Adobe Systems has released an update for InDesign, bringing it to version 2.0.1. InDesign is a publishing utility designed for page layout and design. The update features performance enhancements on several levels, and bug fixes. According to Adobe Systems:
Adobe updates InDesign to 2.0.1.
The Adobe InDesign 2.0.1 update addresses several issues that were identified in InDesign 2.0. It also incorporates updated versions of the Scripting and Cross-media plug-ins. Issues that were addressed include:
- In multiple page documents, page items with a colored fill and no stroke do not appear with a stroke when printed to non Adobe PostScript printers from Microsoft Windows 2000
- In Windows, if the default location for the "My Documents" folder is changed, the Save and Save As menu commands in InDesign are not grayed out
- InDesign does not quit when importing swatch libraries from non-default libraries
- When copying a multicolumn text frame, overset text (text that does not fit in the visible frame area) is not missing when the frame is pasted
- Icons and scroll bars in the Pages palette do not disappear after moving the palette, minimizing it, relaunching InDesign, and/or creating a new document
You can find more information about the InDesign update at the Adobe Systems Web site. InDesign 2.0.1 is free for registered 2.0 users, while the full version is available for US$699.00.