Acrolinx for Adobe InDesign & InCopy - Version 4.3.1 (13 December 2017)
This service release is for you if you’re using a Japanese installation of InDesign 2014.
Acrolinx Now Installs on a Japanese Installation of InDesign 2014
Good news if you’re using a Japanese installation of InDesign 2014, you can now install Acrolinx. If you’ve tried to install Acrolinx, you got a misleading message. This message said that Acrolinx requires a 64-bit installation of InDesign or that you don’t have a supported version. We’ve updated the Acrolinx installer to work in a Japanese environment.
Acrolinx for Adobe InDesign & InCopy - Version 4.3 (17 June 2015)
This release adds support for the checking profiles user interface. This version also includes the new Acrolinx Scorecard for customers who connect to an Acrolinx server version 4 or later.
Added the new Acrolinx Scorecard
When a check is complete, Acrolinx now generates a Scorecard that describes the detected issues. The new Scorecard replaces both the existing checking report and the results dialog. The Scorecard includes several improvements over the checking report. For example, the information is now displayed in an optimized way and the general navigation has been improved. You also benefit from the increased interactive options on the Scorecard. For example, you can hover over many elements on the Scorecard to display extra information and options. To display the Scorecard, you must use an Acrolinx server version 4.0 or later.
You can now enter your custom information directly in the plug-in
If your administrator has configured Acrolinx to collect custom information, you must enter this information before you can run a check. The plug-in now displays the custom information form in a window directly in your editor. Previously, the plug-in opened a new page in your web browser. This change makes it easier for you to enter your custom information and makes the user experience more intuitive. To display the custom information form inside your editor, you must connect to an Acrolinx server version 4.0 or later.
You can now select checking profiles in the plug-in options
If you connect to an Acrolinx server that uses checking profiles, you can now select the checking profiles directly in the plug-in interface. With checking profiles, you can check your documents without configuring checking options or segmentation settings first. For example, a checking profile contains the configuration for the language, the rule set, the issue types, and if necessary, the term sets. Also, the checking profile contains all necessary filter and segmentation options so that Acrolinx can correctly extract the text