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    We're happy to announce that the fix for this issue is now available in the latest update of InDesign - version 17.2 that is available from Creative Cloud Desktop application.

    Please update to this latest InDesign version to get the fix.


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    dlo commented  · 

    This bug is NOT fixed in 16.3.2. We have seen this problem again today on an iMac Pro 64GB w/Radeon Pro Vega 56 8GB graphics and on a new Mac Pro 96 GB w/dual Radeon Pro W5700X 16GB graphics.

    A bug of this severity that goes unresolved for MONTHS is unacceptable. The fact that Adobe has been saying "Turn off GP performance" is unacceptable. "Don't open more than one document" is seriously unacceptable. Adobe repeatedly saying "It's fixed in the latest release" is insulting.

    We bought costly workstations with high performance graphics, up to 192 GB RAM and up to 16 core CPUs to be able to work faster and have multiple large documents open at once. InDesign is DREADFULLY slow, especially on basic things like exporting to PDF. We knew that throwing CPU and GPU processing power at InDesign probably wasn't going to help much, but the fact is it barely helps at all. More than a decade into the era of readily available multi-core processors and powerful GPUs InDesign (and other Adobe products) STILL barely use available power.

    How can this be?

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