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

    Hello All,

    Following up on the comments stating that the issue is yet not fixed, we did our investigation and found that, the issues being called out in the comment section, though maybe relevant but are different than the one for which this thread was originally created.

    This particular thread caters to a very specific case which has been fixed in the last update of InDesign.

    If you continue to face performance related issues with InDesign, we sincerely request you to create a separate thread so that we can categorize the performance related issues and address them completely.
    In addition to track the performance issues effectively, it will also enable us to reach out to you in a organised manner when we investigate into each category of performance issues.

    We are extremely sorry for the troubles you are facing with InDesign and we are determined to resolve them as efficiently…

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    Trevortes commented  · 

    Followed the tip from Anonymous on Nov 16 (below):

    Saw a recommendation posted to disable the following in preferences > type

    -Enable in-menu font previews
    -Enable Japanese Font Preview in 'Find More'
    -Sort Recent Fonts List Alphabetically
    -Preview Font on Hover

    Unchecked all those (I had previously unchecked Preview Font on Hover and Japanese already unchecked), restarted and Indesign seems to be working like it's old self.

    So something seemingly wrong with "font preview" preferences.

    This seems too have worked – so far!

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    Trevortes commented  · 

    I have installed the 14.0.1 update and it is still excruciatingly slow. I cannot work at this slow speed. I feel I’ve been forced into paying through the nose by subscription so that Adobe can ease off on quality control. I don’t need new features – I need reliable software working efficiently!

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