You can now import and place the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format files in InCopy documents. SVG is an XML-based vector image format to provide support for interactivity. In previous releases, SVGs from CC libraries were imported as PNG files, but now you can directly import them.
For more information, see Import SVG files.
InCopy now includes a new text engine to support five new South East Asian languages: Thai, Burmese, Lao, Khmer, and Sinhala. Your documents can now include text composed in these scripts.
For more information, see South-East Asian Scripts.
InCopy now includes Variable Fonts, a new Open Type font format that supports custom attributes such as weight, width, slant, optical size, etc. You can change these custom attributes using convenient slider controls available when you click in the Control panel, Character panel, Character Styles panel, Properties panel, and Paragraph Styles panel.
To locate variable fonts, look for the variable icon next to the font name.
For more information, see Variable fonts.
If you've missed a spelling error while checking spellings manually, then you need not worry. You can now dictate the direction or order in which InDesign scans the text in your document for spelling errors.
Two new options, Backward and Forward are added in the Check spelling dialog. With these options, you can easily go back and correct the misspelled word.
For more information, see Spell-check and language dictionaries.