Remove the page "drop shadow"
Remove the page "drop shadow". It's confusing to see the thicker black border on the right and bottom of the page. Is it a locked element? No, it's part of the UI! Why? What is it trying to be?
Charlotte Gomez commented
Yes, it really throws me off, especially when I'm working with dark backgrounds! Always think everything is misaligned.
Troy Deckert commented
Having this extra non-functional thick line on the bottom and right sides of a document such as one InDesign is illogical. Now, when we users zoom in on documents with many layers, etc., this thick shadow line just gums up the precsion of the document. The Adobe programmers may have thought it looked cool when they set up InDesign, but it in fact lowers the exactness, precision, and usability of the document. If a extra thick line must remain in an InDesign document, perhaps it should have an identifying drop box when a user forgets (or doesn't know about it yet) and tries to click on it, like when they are zoomed in, working with many layers. The ID box could read: "The thick line you have selected has no functional use and is a shadow line that the programming department concluded must remain, be seen, and can never be removed. "
It's very distracting and really not needed in my opinion. It doesn't help when I am doing my projects and works and it's just not helpful.
yes PLEASE! it is so unnecessary and pointless!
For real - it's terribly distracting!!!!!!!
Lara Croft commented
YES, PLEASE REMOVE!