Export to JPG generates yellow horizontal lines
yellow lines in all my image exports (PNG / JPG)... When giving it more pixels/inch the lines change position and are less wide.
Fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign 2021 – that is, InDesign 16.2.1
In the Creative Cloud Desktop application, click on the Updates section on the left. You should be able to see the Update available for InDesign. Please update your InDesign application to this version to try out the fix.
Let us know in the comments section if you still face this problem.
Adobe InDesign Team
Daniel C commented
similar issue for me, first had yellow lines, did a reinstall, and that fixed that but now getting these lines like a row of pixels being mixed up. you can see along the roof line in the attached. This is after updating to the latest. also same is happening for PNG except the lines are in different places.
Dushyant Singh Rathore commented
Solution : 300dpi and High resolution.
It worked for me.
I'm seeing strange red and black lines filling up the page when I have a document open!
2 June., 2021. Fully updated to latest version of cloud. Same issue happening here. I'm getting yellow lines when exporting from indesign to jpg. 300dpi and maximum.
Only fix is to export PDF, pull PDF into photoshop, then flatten and save out as JPG.
....now instead, I get some silly jagged edges in my JPEG file (when I zoom in)....even at 300ppi or 600 ppi. I did not have ANY Export issues until I JUST recently upgraded to Version 16.2.1.
I'm still getting the lines folks. Even using the latest Indesign version.
Solved for me with the latest update 16.2.1 (Mac)
This yellow line is some cases even visible in the Indesign document.
I had the same issue, only work around I found was to use web ready versions of the images instead of the high res versions. No good for print but for web you can get away with it.
Yellow lines in jpg from InDesign 2021!
Still an issue, 5th May2021, 16" 2020 Macbook Pro
Hi there! I still get it when I export at 72dpi from the latest indesign up (16.2)
Same problem here !
I spend hours to try to understand....
Dave Gregurke commented
Yeah we noticed last week, thank god it wasn't just us! Was driving us nuts!
2 x work arounds confirmed
1. by exporting PNG and convert as required in Photoshop
2. export to 300dpi and convert as required in Photoshop.
What a weird bug and why not just release patch if you are aware of it Pradeep?!
Just updated to 16.2 and still not fixed.
Same here... yellow lines.
Took me hours frustrating work... 😩
As an additional heads up, this also happens while working in Indesign with "high quality display" on. When exporting to 300DPI it's gone. On lower resolution the lines return.
Hi there, for the ones who need a quick (temporary) solution to avoid the yellow lines:
Export as a (interactive) pdf first, and than export to png of jpg in Adobe Acrobat.
I hope this is resolved quickly!
As a quick fix until they solved the problem: just load the old version of Indesign and the problem seems to be solved....
Hey Adobe, this problem still hasn't been solved after one week or did I miss something?