Gerrit Heidenreich

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    Closed: Fixed  ·  14 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Performance/Usability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    Gerrit Heidenreich commented  · 

    That was a terrible advice. Now I have to recreate all my presets and the issue still remains on my MacBook Pro M1 Max. The only good news is, that the issue was actually fixed on my intel iMac 2019 (but I didn’t have to delete my prefs), so now it’s probably just an issue for all M1 Macs. I also tried to delete and reinstall InDesign, but that didn’t fix anything either.

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    Gerrit Heidenreich commented  · 

    It seems to me, that Adobe is not aware what the problem exactly is, so I’ll try to clarify as well and attached some screenshots. Usually on a Mac the menu and the Dock are visible as part of Apple’s interface, which determine the window size. Since the update in the beginning of 2022 InDesign ignores that and resizes the window to 100% of the screen size. The worst part about that is, that InDesign also ignores the top menu, so the menu pushes the window down, which results in a part of the InDesign UI not showing anymore. In this part of the UI you can also see if you have any errors. This crucial information is not visible if you’re not resizing the window manually. I really hope this bug will get fixed soon, because I’m constantly toggeling between the presentation mode to review my work and this bug is driving me crazy for months now.

    The bug occurs on my iMac Intel Core i9, macOS Monterey, as well as my MacBook Pro M1 Max. So it’s not just an M1 problem.

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