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  1. 467 votes

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    In Backlog  ·  Abhinav Kaushik responded

    Thank you all for supporting this feature request.
    Moving the feature request to the product backlog.

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Check back in 2025...

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    As an aside, for those who are concerned about InDesign performance overall, I recommend upvoting this thread:
    https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/32235082-support-for-multicores-performance
    It applies for both Windows and Mac.
    There is also one for Illustrator performance:
    https://illustrator.uservoice.com/forums/333657-illustrator-desktop-feature-requests/suggestions/20423296-make-illustrator-multi-threaded-on-cpu

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Check back in 2023...

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Yay! A new version of InDesign! Now, certainly, after literally 5 years of asking, they've incorporated GPU acceleration...
    Nope.

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    I really like having better hardware than a Mac Pro, but far worse rendering capabilities in InDesign. A $20000 computer performs almost the same as a $1000 computer in InDesign, when you're using Windows. All that seems to matter is single core speed. Having a 64 core Threadripper 3995wx is no faster than my old i7 9700k at work, even though the TR absolutely obliterates the i7 for every kind of video or 3d editing workload. No GPU acceleration, and still basically stuck on a single core. And now it's even more expensive! Great job, Adobe.

  2. 2 votes

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Unfortunately, setting the number of recent fonts to display to 0 no longer works for me, as of 18.1. I have verified this behavior on three Windows computers and two Macs, all running InDesign 18.1. Even disabling font previews doesn't fix this any longer. I get four emoji fonts (I do not use emojis in my work) and the last six regular fonts I have used. This problem has been vexing me for some time, and I was so happy to finally have a workaround. Why does Adobe insist upon adding features that no one wants, while neglecting to address basic functionality and performance issues? If I could vote for this a thousand times, having to pay a dollar each time, I would be sorely tempted to do so!

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    This has been happening to me ever since CS2. It's less frequent now. I just learned to live with it...

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    This sounds pretty odd. On my i7 9700k it uses about 0-.5% with nothing open, and my Threadripper 3955wx is almost always at 0% with nothing open. 24% is a little odd. It could be one of the side programs, like the ones used for license authentication, font activation, or another Adobe-related thing that loads under the InDesign process, that is causing it. Adobe CEP HTML Engine might be a culprit. I end up with about 20-30 instances open at once, and I have no idea why.

  7. 136 votes

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    I have a pretty decent Threadripper 3955wx system. InDesign and Illustrator are a joke. I spend most of my time waiting on them to respond. I typically work with files that are from a few hundred megabytes to a few gigabytes in size.
    I am actually able to edit 4k video at 60fps using just my cpu. But when I try to update a vector background in InDesign, the display often corrupts and the program becomes unresponsive. I've been trying to send a rather complex file to print for over 90 minutes, and it is barely 75% done. Meanwhile, I can't use InDesign for anything else. 15 cores are just idling. 0% disk use. 0% network. 0% gpu. 0-3% cpu. This is asinine.

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  8. 15 votes

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    In this day and age, I honestly can't discern whether one is being legitimately offended, or simply trolling. Nevertheless, I agree wholeheartedly!

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Hi Ingo Gall. There's a feature request for this: https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601021-adobe-indesign-feature-requests/suggestions/31872184-gpu-acceleration-on-windows
    Adobe says this has been added to the backlog, whatever that means. (Probably that we'll die of old age before it is incorporated.)
    It doesn't matter what version of Windows you're using; there is no gpu acceleration for InDesign at present. Very frustrating!

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Thanks for the hack solution, Brian! It's still a royal pain. I don't think this is a bug, though. I am afraid, given other recent "improvements", that this is now a feature...

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  13. 2 votes

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    InstyButte Typesetting2 commented  · 

    Try running ID in Windows, if you want to experience choppy...
    Sadly, this type of performance degradation (regardless of OS) seems to be the model for Adobe these days. Update and experience new frustrations. You could be running a 2012-era iMac or a brand-new Mac Pro, and it makes no difference to ID when it comes to this issue. I have two coworkers on Macs who are now enjoying the Windows experience of a laggy, jagged, choppy display in ID.

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