You can now browse thousands of fonts from hundreds of type foundries from within InCopy, activate them instantly, and use them in your documents. The Fonts panel includes various new options to provide you an enriched experience while working with fonts. You can apply a filter to view only the recently added fonts. You can also select a sample text from the list of predefined text for font preview or select your own text as well. You now also have the option to change the font size while previewing the font.
For more information, see Using fonts.
With the support for OpenType SVG fonts in InCopy, you can now provide multiple colors and gradients in a single glyph.
Using OpenType SVG emoji fonts, you can include various colorful and graphical characters, such as smileys, flags, street signs, animals, people, food, and landmarks in your documents. You can also create composite glyphs. For example, using the EmojiOne font, you can create the flags of countries or achieve skin tone diversity in your glyphs.
You can now insert footnotes in a table in InCopy. The footnote text appears at the bottom of the text frame.
The reference number of a footnote in a table will be in continuation with the reference number of footnotes in that story.
Table footnotes are retained while importing Word documents and are exported to formats that support footnotes, such as PDF, EPUB, and HTML.
For more information, see Footnotes.
You now have the ability to choose whether the spacing before or after affects the text of the same style. The Space Between Paragraphs Using Same Style option in the Styles dialog lets you specify a value for space between paragraphs having the same style. This value is used only if two consecutive paragraphs have the same paragraph style. If the paragraph styles of consecutive paragraphs are different, the value for the Space Before and Space After options are used.
For more information, see Format paragraphs.