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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 to download from Creative Cloud Desktop application.


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

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    Adobe InDesign team

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    Luke commented  · 

    Still not fixed. I'm on the latest Indesign version. Tried downloading the Beta version but apparently my Beta version has expired. This is really annoying. Most glitches I can tolerate but this genuinely hammers my productivity. You need to step this up.

    Only thing that seems to get round it is overprint preview but that's not practical either as it puts a lot more strain on my graphics and RAM.

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    Luke commented  · 

    This issue is not fixed.

    I am using an 2021 M1 Macbook Air with 8GB of Ram OS 12.1 (Monterey) using InD 2022 v17.1. I have more than enough memory free as well.

    Every time I edit a text field the text visual disappears and only reappears if I zoom in and out or move/scroll. Very annoying and adds huge amounts of time to jobs. Has been like this for the duration of owning an M1 (9 months). My work iMac which is Intel 2017 16GB same OS and Adobe version works fine. This issue seems to be specific to M1 for me.

    Edit: The issue is resolved on overprint preview although that's not a practical solution when working on files with lots of texture, high res imagery, layer effects or nodes. It still needs to be resolved for 'typical display'.

    Generally this has been reported by colleagues with 8GB Ram M1's, users with 16GB appear to be clear of the issue.

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