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    4 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » PDF Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    I completely agree. This really gets to me.

    There are no circumstances whatsoever in which it is a good idea to have the crop marks inside the bleed. Not one. Not EVER.

    It’s there when you print anything or export a PDF from InDesign, Illustrator, PhotoShop … and it should be an easy fix. What I DON’T understand is why Adobe doesn’t set the defaults to stop this happening.

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    I completely agree. This really gets to me.

    There are no circumstances whatsoever in which it is a good idea to have the crop marks inside the bleed. Not one. Not EVER.

    It’s there when you print anything or export a PDF from InDesign, Illustrator, PhotoShop … and it should be an easy fix.

    What I DON’T understand is why Adobe doesn’t set the defaults to stop this happening.

    Why not make them the same value instead of having to set two values? Bleed = Crop Marks Offset.

  3. 5 votes

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    Paul Hibbert commented  · 

    I completely agree. This really gets to me. I understand that some people don’t understand bleed and are happy to leave the settings on default and let someone else sort it out.

    What I DON’T understand is why Adobe doesn’t set the defaults to stop this happening. There are no circumstances whatsoever in which it is a good idea to have the crop marks inside the bleed. Not one. Not EVER.

    It’s there when you print anything or export a PDF from InDesign, Illustrator, PhotoShop … and it should be an easy fix.

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