Make "Start workspace" default go to open files
I would like the "Start workspace" to be my go to open document workspace in Indesign. Also when documents are already open.
I find it very useful to see thumbnails of my work instead of the "Open recent" filelist.
Just installed the latest CC 2018 as "Guniea pig" for my department. (We have been using CC 2017).
The Start workspace was the default after installation, but I had to turn it off as it was useless.
When I click on the thumbnail of any recently open document, I get the error:
"Either the file does not exist, you do not have permission, or the file may be in use by another application"
However, if I go to the menu bar above and choose File>Open Recent> I can then open the file without any error.
Sounds like an odd contradiction, right?
To turn off/on as default, you can go to InDesign Preferences>General, and check/uncheck the "Show 'Start' Workspace When No Documents Are..."