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    Dean Morrison commented  · 

    I was a bit excited with the new 2024 Update where it had "Hide Spreads" as a feature but it seems that the hidden spreads do not apply to review. It would be nice if we could get this feature since Illustrator already has the ability to select the pages for reviews. I always find it odd that the individual apps can be so different when it comes to a feature that should work the same between them like share for review.

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    Need More Info  ·  Anonymous responded

    Hi All,

    This indeed a great suggestion. I wanted to understand a little more about this request.

    1. The way this request is described its majorly about figuring out how to change the various text attributes in a single step rather than having to change multiple styles to make that happen. It would helpful if you can mention which all attributes you all would want to be dependent on the baseline (space before/after, size, leading any other).
    2. Which kind of documents (magazines, brochures, books etc.) do you see this to be more important for you.
    3. Wouldn’t a similar method (not sure if we could base it on baseline though!!) for changing the layout also help, if you could define the sizes of objects in relation to the page size. Do you think extending this feature to the layout also makes sense.
    4. If you can share some files…

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    Dean Morrison commented  · 

    Can Confirm Within the InDesign Apps Review Panel We can no longer Copy from the panel. Losing the ability to right click copy & paste for changes makes the feature a lot less useful - ideally on top of the return of the ability to copy from the review panel a button should be added to the effect of "Accept Change" for "Replace Text" & possibly "Strikethrough" comments.

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    Dean Morrison commented  · 

    So after some further testing I believe I have figured out the Issue. This is not really a bug but maybe something that could turn into an option.

    Basically when you save the PNG from Illustrator (or Photoshop) the file is using a conversion based on the RGB or CMYK values which are affected by the Color Profile even if there is none assigned and not LAB even when the set colour mode is LAB. When You Export the file from InDesign whether the file is in RGB or CMYK mode it seems to use the LAB values to create the RGB.

    Testing Color Pantone Warm Red
    Values In the Color Swatch = R255 G68 B56 (When Switching from LAB to RGB)
    CMYK Color Mode Illustrator PNG File = R239 G72 B62
    RGB Color Mode Illustrator PNG File = R250 G66 B56 (close but still off)
    InDesign PNG File = R255 G68 B56 -
    Photoshop using the same linked ai files gives the same results as Illustrator.

    So I guess the question is Why does InDesign use the LAB values while Illustrator & Photoshop Convert based on profile when Exporting PNG & JPGs. I understand why values are converted for print but it might be nice when exporting for screens to have some kind of option in Illustrator and Photoshop that if a placed Graphic has a Spot Color that it is recognized as such and the LAB values within that Spot colour are used. The whole point of using LAB is consistency.

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    Dean Morrison commented  · 

    I have noticed for the new Illustrator Share For Review that in my limited testing the image quality is much better than the Current InDesign. Hoping they can get InDesign up to the same level.

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    Share for Review is to quickly share a design that is still a work-in-progress with the Reviewer(s) for quick feedback. Since the review opens in a browser for the reviewer, it has to load quickly even on slow networks, that’s why the image quality has been kept low deliberately so that the page loads quickly without long wait times. Using high-res views will slow down the loading of pages in the browser considerably, marring the experience.

    Hope this helps.


    Adobe InDesign team

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    Dean Morrison commented  · 

    It should be up to the user to determine the quality of images. I understand the desire to keep file sizes small for web views but there is also a balance where you can have decent quality images that are small. At he moment the compression that is being used is a bit extreme. The selling point for Adobe to make this possible is if the user decides they want higher quality images in the review the file size is bigger and thus they use more storage and may have to upgrade their storage equaling more money for Adobe.

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