Welcome to Adobe® InCopy® CS5. This document contains known issues and troubleshooting tips not covered in the InCopy documentation.
Please refer to Adobe Support for late-breaking information and known issues for all Creative Suite 5 applications.
- Fonts that are hidden/disabled in Windows 7 are still listed in the InCopy Fonts Menu and are usable. (#BG081881)
- Exporting text containing double-byte characters to the Buzzword service results in missing glyphs in the Buzzword online document. Note that the Buzzword service does not support double byte characters at time of InCopy CS5 release. (#2367410)
- Round-tripping text containing double-byte characters to and from the Buzzword service results in missing glyphs in the InCopy document. To fix this, re-apply the original double-byte font. (#2367410)
- Extension Manager displays extension paths in English instead of the localized path. This is a display issue only, plug-in files can still be correctly installed. (#BG093507)
GB18030 support for Windows XP (Chinese Simplified version only)
In order to support the display of all characters of the Chinese standard GB18030 on Windows XP systems, Adobe recommends the installation of the Microsoft GB18030 Support Package. This support package will update an XP system with, among other things, fonts and input-method-editors (IMEs) to correctly support GB18030. The support package is available as a download from the Microsoft website. (#BG061690)
SetNewUIfont and ClearNewUIfont for GB18030-2000 standard support
On Microsoft® Windows® XP, set the registry to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters in the UI by running the registry script file "SetNewUIfont.reg". This will only affect UI in InCopy and not your OS. The registry script is an optional procedure and doesn’t need to be run unless there is a need to display 4-byte characters in the UI.
Note: This work around will not work for the dialogs managed by the operating system (i.e. Open, Save...etc).
To set the UI font to enable 4-byte GB18030-2000 characters: