Thank you for your support all this while. The issue is now fixed in the latest update of InDesign.
Please upgrade to the new InDesign 14.0 from your Creative Cloud Application.
If you are unable to see the update yet, click on the menu (three dots) on the top right corner of Creative cloud app and click on “Check for App Updates”.
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92 votesIn backlog · 16 comments · Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Layout/Graphics etc · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I'd love it if InDesign would allow me to have a different border for each side. For example, I would like to have a different border style and weight for different sides, just as you can in HTML and XAML.
It would really help in presentations. For example, there might be a bar on the top with a border, but no bottom border, since there is an image right under it. Since I am making a math workbook for my work, this is an issue when making shape problems, where there is a dashed line so the student can see where each section ends. I often have to delete the path and then create a line in the same spot as the previous path. It would be great if there could be options for each side, just as there is for corner options. Someone else posted about this before, but there was not enough information. Feel free to contact me if you want any more information.
1 vote2 comments · Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Document/Pages · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
As confirmed by the user, The issue is resolved.
It seems to happen when the quick apply button is pressed immediately (3 - 5 sec.) after switching to a document tab that hasn't been selected in a while.
Which version of InDesign are you currently using and what is the operating system you are on? Does this happen in some specific cases or always for you?
I am using InDesign CC 2017 with Windows 10 Home 64-bit.
It always happens whenever I scroll too quickly (on my new computer with i5 processor and another computer running Windows 10 Home 64-bit with an i5 processor).
Adobe Reader responds much better.