Stop making InDesign preferences default to rich black
Stop making the InDesign preferences default back to "rich black" under appearance of black whenever InDesign is updated, or the preferences are cleared. InDesign was originally created for print designers despite this expanding in this screen it should still default to " display all Blacks accurately", and "output all Blacks accurately". Since the change in the setting for print designers could end up costing quite a lot of money if not caught before it goes to press.
Laurent Calvignac commented
This is critical and can cause real issues. This is also the case in Illustrator so there is two applications where you can have this problem occuring.
This is a serious problem. Adobe should not change the preferences. This is a constant annoyance for every professional print designer. Previous comment is nonsense. There definitly is a difference when 100% black is set on overprint.
Bastian S. commented
I'd like to know how this is a problem for you? i don't see any difference in the exported PDF?
Are you converting colours on export?
I never use that because the conversion is horrible / a lot worse than our Prepress-Software handles the conversion.