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The Blend Mode in DROP SHADOW is FROZEN on MULTIPLY.. I cannot choose any other blend option... i.e. screen, darken, lighten..and it defaults to MULTIPLY...
I tried drop shadow filter on multiple elements and documents.. STILL FROZEN... BIG BUG..
I'll go back to using the older version until you get your issues fixed.5 votes
Can you add a video showing the issue? and some steps to reproduce the issue…
We are unable to reproduce this bug.
Are you on MAC or Win? Does it happen with all documents?
You can add a video to WeTransfer/Dropbox etc and add a link here as comment.
Also, please confirm if your issue is similar to one mentioned here.. https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/31964464-blending-effects
InDesign 16.4 x Windows 64: Cannot scroll the list of blending modes with arrow key(s) and preview the results in a selected box. I've always been able to do this in the past (InDesign CS 2, 4, 6). New laptop, new Adobe subscription. I can 'scroll,' but no preview. Window closes each time, so at least 30 clicks to re-open and select through the list.2 votes
The behavior mentioned here has been there since InDesign CC (that came out more than 8 years ago in 2013).
Behavior in InDesign CS6 (and earlier) was different.
Please confirm if you were seeing different behavior in any of the CC versions. Illustrator also behaves the same way.
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Eyedropper not working in CC2018 (ME enabled). When I click a blank square then use eyedropper tool to copy color values from an existing vector graphic, the vector graphic container changes color instead. And while testing just now, if I draw two squares, one black one white, then select one to copy the color of the other, the selected square disappears. Text blocks fail to copy too and all eyedropper options are selected. This wasn't an issue with CC17.2 votes
There are two different issues mentioned here, and let me address them separately:
1. Clicking a blank square then using eyedropper tool to copy color values from an existing vector graphic, the vector graphic container changes color instead.
>>> Are you facing this problem with a specific vector graphic or with any graphic as I am unable to reproduce this issue with InDesign CC (13.0.1)? If possible, please share your indd file as a package with email@example.com and a small video demonstrating the issue will be really helpful.
2. If I draw two squares, one black one white, then select one to copy the color of the other, the selected square disappears.
>>> With InDesign CC (13.0) the transform options have been added to the Eyedropper settings, this includes size and position. It seems that these options for you are checked and when you click on the square to…
Since InDesign updated to v17.0.1 (from the v17 before this), transparency on pngs and psd's has stopped working. Instead it drops in a black background and messes with the colours.
The image on blue shows how it should work (using a workaround dropping it onto white and setting the transparency to darken), the other is with the PNG or PSD imported with transparency. It was fine yesterday before updating.1 vote
Could you share the PSD and PNG files with us?
If yes, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, mentioning
the Subject the same as the thread.
Screen Under Effect dropdown is not working. Please see the difference before and after screenshots. My InDesign is the latest 17.0. Please let me know the solution ASAP. Thank you.1 vote
Could you please elaborate on this issue, giving more details on the steps involved? Are you putting an object filled with a certain color on top of the image and applying the Screen Effect to the rectangle?
Looking forward to hearing back.
This is a 'white' bug.
I regularly use anchoring to keep items aligned and for spacing.
Text is black. Art or tables need white in them to knockout the shade beneath.
When a table is placed inline or a piece of art is anchored in a text box that has a color or a border... the white is ignored in the anchored object.
There is no reason to ignore a color just because it is inline or anchored.
This bug forces me to layer the object on a different layer, causing extra work in keeping the item aligned after edits.1 vote
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Created ad with objects containing simple color fills below 100% (50% and 30%) opacity. Exported proofs to use in a Indesign magazine layout file. Once the PDF was dropped into a frame, those faded opacity values jumped back to 100%. Fix was to re-edit the original files, change Opacity values, re-save, re-export proof, drop proof back into main layout. Very annoying.1 vote
Please share (email : sharewithID@adobe.com) a sample file where you are seeing this issue.
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