Toggle to turn off cursor frames and highlighted text when testing colors/fonts/strokes
Note: I'm still on Indesign 2019, so I don't know if this feature has already been added. If not, then:
Whenever I want to test different stroke colors on a picture with a border, I have to select it, which shows as cursor frame on top of the stroke (even in preview mode). Problem with this is that if the stroke is 1 or 2 points, it's hard to see the colors you're choosing because the cursor covers the stroke. So I would have to select the frame, change the color, de-select the frame to see how the stroke looks, then select it again to test another color, etc.
Same with text, if you want to change the color /font of a word or paragraph you've already written, you have to highlight the text to be able to make changes to it. Unfortunately, when highlighted, it's impossible to see the real colors you are choosing.
For that reason, I'm requesting a toggle to be able to turn off the cursor frame and highlighting for when someone wants to test different colors.
I know I could use the text editor to circumvent the highlighter part, but that's not a user-friendly option for something that could easily be a toggle.