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A fix, but not an update... that's just bad... we have a team and we're not all installing this and having potential issues. I have a bunch of scripts that need this to work.
Is this being fixed completely in the next update? 14.0.3? and how soon?
Did you ever find a way around this?
I have this issue too. I have created section starting pages, each using a master template so anyone else creating the document won't mess around with these parts. They also contain the section titles, but because they are a master page item, it never gets picked up for the TOC!? silly really.
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Any progress? I've tried using a 3rd party plugin EasyCatalog to pull my data in to InDesign in a more efficient way. This works and looks great, but still have the FREEZING when scrolling. about 1-2 mins per scroll, it's horrible! All in CC2019. In the 2017 version it works with scrolling. What is causing the lagging?
What is in all versions of CC indesign above 2017 that isn't in 2017 version??
I've turned preflight off , reduced default quality to lowest settings, none of this helps it seems.
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Yes this is needed. I asked for this about 8-10 years ago. They said it would require a complete rebuild of indesign to support multi-cores. I said they better get started. 8 years later, and no change... they're just going to get more and more issues because of this defect.