08 April 2019; updated 02 July 2019
Adobe discovered a serious bug in the April 2019 update of InDesign CC that affects Typefi.
After updating to InDesign or InDesign Server to v14.0.2 (released 02 April 2019), Typefi Desktop may fail to place one or more floating elements. In addition, searching using GREP expressions after updating to InDesign or InDesign Server v14.0.2 may only find some, not all, results.
If you updated InDesign or InDesign Server on or after 02 April 2019, please also download and manually apply this hot fix from Adobe:
Note: This hot fix is only applicable to InDesign CC 2019 and InDesign Server CC 2019. You can check the version of InDesign installed on your system by going to Help → About InDesign.
Note: Adobe has recently released (28 June 2019) an additional hot fix for InDesign CC 2019 (macOS-only) to correct a script UI bug that can cause InDesign to become unresponsive. While this bug does not affect Typefi, we recommend our macOS customers download and apply this fix: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/Script-UI-dialog-issue.html.
Adobe InDesign Server CC 2019 Installation Notes
The hot fix offered by Adobe consists of a ZIP file that contains a CopyPlugin.vbs installation script and the required files. Before starting the patch be sure to Stop the InDesignServerService and make sure all InDesignServer.exe processes are no longer running.
If you experience trouble running the supplied CopyPlugin.vbs installation script, you can copy the "Text Walker.rpln" file from the win64 source directory to: "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CC Server 2019\Required" and overwrite the existing file.
It is strongly recommended that you restart InDesign Server after this change.