Please fix this. 2018 InDesign used to export the most crisp and sharp 72dpi jpegs but this new update has created a serious bug. Attached you can see the difference.6 votes
Thank you for reporting the issue.
In order to replicate the issue we need the original .indd file using which we can see the same difference as you are seeing at your end with Jpeg export.
Please do share the original .indd file and the settings of Jpeg export with firstname.lastname@example.org
There appears to be a bug when exporting PNG files to network mapped drives in Mac OS X 10.13.4 (Darwin) Adobe InDesign 2018 (latest version).
This is in a domain environment using domain credentials. You export the file as PNG and it doesn't appear in the folder as expected. If I export to desktop it works fine, if I copy it from desktop to the share it copies fine. Just cannot export directly.3 votes
Can you confirm the InDesign version you are using? Is it 2018.1 or 2018?
I assume the path to which you are trying to export the PNG is /Volumes/Shares/011 Changed Information/002 Changed Information/00617 Changed Information/Changed/ ?
Is this drive mounted via SMB?
Is it a NAS server?
The Export JPEG dialog box appears oversized and extends off of the screen (v 13.1 x64). All other export dialog boxes display properly.1 vote
When I create banners in Indesign 14.0.1 I use hires images as TIF and exporting it to JPG. The final files in JPG end up with corrupt pixels. I have to place a lowres JPG in Indesign to be able to export it as a correct JPG.1 vote
Beim Export eines sRGB-JPG's aus InDesign 2019 ist in dem Foto dann Adobe RGB-Farbraum eingebettet.
Die Farben sind eigentlich korrekt (entsprechen dem sRGB-Farbraum), aber es ist eben fälschlicherweise das Adobe RGB-Etikett eingebettet, so dass die Farben dann falsch interpretiert werden.1 vote
.png export provides unexpected results 0_o1 vote
da quando ho installato in design CC mi appare questa finestra: acrodist.exe "\RichEd20.dll non è destinato all'utilizzo con Windows o cont
The EPS saved from Indesign will not open It is saying error if opened in Illustator or in Photoshop saying unable to parse postscript
1.Saved file as normal
2.Export to EPS
3.To be able to open EPS in Illustrator
4.Tried open it to Illustrator or Photoshop and detailed as above error or unable
5. Screenshot of error and Indesign file1 vote
When creating a EPUB with jpg images there is always a large .png file in the EPUB (it this is not an image). Publish Drive is refusing my EPUB because of this .PNG file.
Please help1 vote
Indesign 126.96.36.199 on macOS Sierra 10.12.5. Exporting as jpg or png files are not recognised when I go to insert them into Word 2011 on Mac.
However, files are recognised when:
- exported from Indesign 188.8.131.52 x64 on PC and inserted into Word 2011 on Mac
- exported from Mac and inserted into Word 2010 on PC
- I had no problems when using indesign 2015 on Mac and inserting into Word 2011 on Mac.1 vote
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