Since upgrading to High Sierra, I am finding in High Quality Display, bitmaps are not rendering smoothly on screen or in print.
Exporting to PDFs gets over this, but not great when composing, and needing to see images as they will be.1 vote
Can you please add a screenshot for this issue.
Also, is GPU enabled on your machines?
where in the Indesign cc is the option "show import parameters" - in the window, the command "put" does not have it at all1 vote
Version of Adobe InDesign CC: 220.127.116.11
Steps to reproduce the issues:
Import document from Word as source into MacOS version.
2. Open file on Windows computer, re-import one of the images via the Links box and resize to match previous settings (e.g., 91.4%)
4. Open again in Mac, and the updated images have lost their sizing and blow outside of the Frame..
Image sizing should be retained across platforms.
Thee updated images have lost their sizing and blow outside of the Frame..1 vote
Attached pdf shows problem in comments1 vote
I just installed the new Macklin variable fonts from Monotype. They work as expected in Illustrator, and the "regular" cut works as expected in InDesign. However, the Macklin Sans font dosen't work well in InDesign: the prebuilt weights are functional, but when one varies the axis sliders, they seem to have no effect. Bug in the font or in InDesign?
InDesign 15.0.2, Mac OS 10.15.40 votes
I have a graphic that I've created in Illustrator that one of the curves displays as straight lines when viewed in InDesign. Export it to PDF and it displays as it should. The grey circle that this element sits on renders correctly in both. We have had this on files in the past. Any ideas?0 votes
Dont get this in Keynote...!
Distorted placed image or 'blacked out'. Is this to do with High Sierra?!0 votes
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