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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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    Adobe InDesign team

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    Today I saw yellow stripes and even fractal yellow areas on a colleague's screenshare that covered the entire layout. I think Adobe has finally made some improvements.And it is a feature: Red stripes alone were too boring in the long run. Oh, it was also InDesign 17.1 .and it probably happens all the time with her. @Oh, it was also InDesign 17.1 .and it probably happens all the time with her.

    Dear Adobe If you can't get the bug fixed, as it seems: Could you also add the bug in rainbow colors?

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    Dear Adobe
    Sometimes it is not a good idea to repair part of a house. Close one hole and it bubbles up somewhere else.

    As far as I can remember, GPU support has been a problem from the beginning. Even the first time the new feature was released, there were black or red screens. Maybe it would be a good idea to tear down that part of the house and rebuild it completely new. It's sometimes tiny little things that you can't find and every attempt to work around the problem makes it a patchwork quilt. Full of new problems with no prospect of improvement!

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    @Bpossum
    The problem is not the document. The problem is the version of Indesign you use! First deaktivate GPU Support in your settings. Restart Indesign. If the problem is gone. Good! If not Install an older version 16.2 for example. But before save your Workspaces, Keysettings (they will be gone)

    Use 16.2 without GPU-Support. Send a warm Thank-U to Adobe creating this bug!

    Oh, one thing i have forgotten: The stripes you see on your monitor should actually disappear when writing PDFs! Or?

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    And I was still reading the info about the new Indesign 17: "We heard you!". Really.? I alone lack faith!

    And I asked myself should I dare and update ... when a designer friend called ... his iMonitor was broken. He had red streaks everywhere and display errors! lol

    Turns out he had the brand new version 17! it would be funny if it wasn't so sad! Oh well, my friend never had any problems before that! After reinstalling 16.X ..evrything was fine.

    it seems to be a never ending story ...with the prospect of continuation

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    The Update to 16.2 wasn't helpful . The Update 16.3.2 isn't helpful too. Lately I get more and more the impression that every update worsens the performance more and more instead of improving it.
    I uninstalled the update to 16.2 after the beachball appeared every second and got on my nerves. In addition, when I opened documents, I was shown a 10,000x magnification and only a restart helped.

    Also 16.3.2 seems to be no real improvement.
    No matter where I look : the new Camera-Raw, CC Lib, Illustrator (bug infested for years anyway) bugs wherever I look and it is not getting better but seemingly worse.

    For the first time in years I felt compelled to create a separate folder for Adobe bug reports with subfolders for the programs. This is costing me a lot of time and money which I would rather invest in the jobs of my customers instead of bug reports or bug workarounds.

    What's wrong? Not enough competition? Too full?

    Adobe seems to be becoming a new breed of Microsoft products or QuarkXPress. Too bad really.
    And sad.

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    With me the same CC Library freezes and only a program restart helps temporarily ... until next time.
    GPU is off!

    I am working on MAC OS Catalina 10.15.7 (19H1217)
    iMac Pro (2017)
    3.2 GHz 8-Core Intel Xeon W
    32 GB 2666 MHz DDR4
    Radeon Pro Vega 56 8 GB

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    Closed: Fixed  ·  Sumit Garg responded

    This is a macOS10.13 issue, specific for some Intel GPU cards. Apple has fixed(partially) this issue inside macOS10.13.4 released build.

    Following are the workaround for resolving this issue.
    1) Update your mac machine to latest macOS10.13.4. Here, Apple has fixed this issue to some extent. You will face very less number of rendering issues.
    2) Disable GPU preview and set display performance as typical.

    Once you have updated to macOS10.13.4 .You might still face some rendering issues. Since, Apple has not fixed this issue completely.
    Please switch off GPU rendering for these cases and report a separate post for tracking.

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    Tom Reuter commented  · 

    Hello, Adobe team,

    I just had an idea what could be a cool new feature of Indesign, Illustrator and Co.

    Currently I have a lot of jobs in print and web ... I quickly opened a document and noticed too late that I had not yet switched to the correct color management preset. ****.

    That happens to me at least 10 times a day and then gets on my nerves at some point.

    Now the idea:
    How about if the user not only had the option to convert to another color space when opening the document, but also the option to take over the color management of the document or to select an appropriate preset.

    I'm sure I wouldn't just find it cool and make it easier.

    Best regards
    Tom Reuter
    pixel shifter

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