Master-double-page with bleed makes mistake in assigning a single page
- InDesign 2017.1
- DIN A5 document with double-page and 3 mm bleed. On master-double-page A is no background and on master-double-page B is a full-faced background on the left page and a full-faced background on the right page. If I assign the right page of master-page B, the left page-background will also displayed on the left page (assigned with master page A, where is no background!!!). This just happens if the background of the master-page is set to the bleed (on top-left and bottom). The backgrounds are exact positioned and are not on the opposite page. See screenshots!
- On the left side is no background. Because it's assigned with master A
- On the left side is the background of the master B!! That's wrong!
Uwe Laubender commented
I think this bug is in a couple of versions.
A workaround would be to move the rectangles away from spine.
0.001 mm will do.
Christian Stockhecke commented
the bug is the InDesign version. Have a look in here:
ADOBE should fix this bug easily, since it does not occur in other versions!