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First of all: Congrats on the launch of Publisher! 

It would be great to be able to control-click on the columns headers/labels and be able to select which metadate is shown. Additionally, Color Space and ICC Profile would be great additions to view directly in the column view and not have to click on each image to make sure all profiles/color modes are correct.

Additionally, I would ask you to consider renaming some of the buttons in the Resource Manager to be less confusing:

1. Change Locate to Show. Locate implies file location on HD, not on document.

2. Change Replace… to Locate… as this implies file location. Seems to me the Resource Manager is mostly used to Locate missing linked assets more than "Replacing" missing asset locations.

Thanks for your consideration and all the excellent work you do!


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On 6/22/2019 at 9:30 PM, ronnyb said:

It would be great to be able to control-click on the columns headers/labels and be able to select which metadate is shown. Additionally, Color Space and ICC Profile would be great additions to view directly in the column view and not have to click on each image to make sure all profiles/color modes are correct.

+1 for customisable columns.

It would also be fine if the placeholder in resource-manager would be rendered in the right colour space, not as highly saturated RGB when it's more "pale" cmyk...


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On 6/22/2019 at 8:30 PM, ronnyb said:

Additionally, I would ask you to consider renaming some of the buttons in the Resource Manager to be less confusing:

I'm not in 100% agreement, but...   If you delete a linked image, when the document is opened a pop-up appears asking if you want to locate the resource - selecting "Yes" then gives you an Explorer Window (under Windows, I assume the OSX equivalent happens on Macs).  If that's your first experience of using the Resource Manager it leads to confusion as to what "Locate" does.  Perhaps the pop-up should say replace rather than locate?


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