Tag Editor + Indesign Problems
Thread poster: Luciana Peixoto

Luciana Peixoto  Identity Verified
Portugal
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Apr 27, 2009

Dear all,

When I try to open a Indesign document with Tag Editor, I receive this message:

This document contains the unknown DOCTYPE declaration/root element "plist". A tag settings file has not yet been defined for this document type. Would you like to specify the settings file now?


I think I need some kind of parser file named plist…
Can you help me with this?

Thank you,
Luciana


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Alexey Ivanov  Identity Verified
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I am not sure, but... Apr 27, 2009

probably this is because you are trying to open the native InDesign file (.indd) in TagEditor. As far as I know you can open in TagEditor only InDesign files in the special export format (.inx) which are created by export from the original .indd file (Menu>file>Export> File Type>InDesign Interchage). But you can do this only if you have InDesign.

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Luciana Peixoto  Identity Verified
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It's working Apr 27, 2009

Hi Alexey,

Thank you very very much for your answer.

It worked!

All the best,
Luciana


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