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    100% agree with Mark K. I first noticed this on the Adobe updater page for the most recent update of InDesign (15.1.1). For all i know, it may have been going on before, but this is the first time i noticed it. The language used in the description of the update seemed to imply that "automatic activation of missing Adobe Fonts" was something we were going to have to put up with whether we liked it or not. I queried this with the Adobe on-line chat facility and didn't get very far. However, i took the plunge and installed the update, and in Prefs now there is an option under 'File Handling' to uncheck the 'Auto-activate Adobe Fonts' option. Phew. I would suggest Adobe need to be more sensitive with their descriptions on the Creative Cloud Updater page. Hope this helps, Richard

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    This is not just a pc problem - mac users are suffering, too. The introduction of 4k monitors is partly responsible for the increased interest in this subject. But it is valid, and resolutions are only going to increase.
    My work essentially revolves around three apps: Photoshop, Illustrator and inDesign. And invariably i have to use all three at once. Photoshop and Illustrator have the ability to increase the size of certain UI elements, which i use. But when you're flicking between the three apps, it can get confusing when certain items in inDesign don't pop up where you expect them to as a result of inDesign's fixed scale. And besides, with less and less manufacturers providing for the professional market thee days we are all being forced down the 4k route. So, if nothing else, for the sake of our eyes :) it would be great, and really improve speedy productivity, if you could bring inDesign into line with the other two and give us consistency. Thank you.

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    The introduction of 4k monitors is partly responsible for the increased interest in this subject. But it is valid, and resolutions are only going to increase.
    My work essentially revolves around three apps: Photoshop, Illustrator and inDesign. And invariably i have to use all three at once. Photoshop and Illustrator have the ability to increase the size of certain UI elements, which i use. But when you're flicking between the three apps, it can get confusing when certain items in inDesign don't pop up where you expect them to as a result of inDesign's fixed scale. And besides, with less and less manufacturers providing for the professional market thee days we are all being forced down the 4k route. So, if nothing else, for the sake of our eyes :) it would be great, and really improve speedy productivity, if you could bring inDesign into line with the other two and give us consistency. Thank you.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    The introduction of 4k monitors is partly responsible for the increased interest in this subject. But it is valid, and resolutions are only going to increase.
    My work essentially revolves around three apps: Photoshop, Illustrator and inDesign. And invariably i have to use all three at once. Photoshop and Illustrator have the ability to increase the size of certain UI elements, which i use. But when you're flicking between the three apps, it can get confusing when certain items in inDesign don't pop up where you expect them to as a result of inDesign's fixed scale. And besides, with less and less manufacturers providing for the professional market thee days we are all being forced down the 4k route. So, if nothing else, for the sake of our eyes :) it would be great, and really improve speedy productivity, if you could bring inDesign into line with the other two and give us consistency. Thank you.

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