Ruth Ivimey-Cook

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    Ruth Ivimey-Cook commented  · 

    I see this too on Mac OSX (Catalina) on a 2014 MacBook Pro, and it is especially irritating because its very very good at wasting battery.

    Basically over time, and on longer documents, I see ID start using more and more CPU, mostly in a "CEPHtmlEngine Helper" process. This can be true while using the app normally, or with only the Story Editor window visible, or even sometimes with the whole app hidden and theoretically idle.

    Close the app and restart and all is well again, for a while.

    I think there is a relation between this and the document length/complexity. For example, last time I experienced it I was editing a 70 page A4 document with about 60 images and over 10,000 words of text in a lot of different frames. Conversely, editing single-flow documents is less likely to provoke it.

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    3 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Performance/Usability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ruth Ivimey-Cook commented  · 

    Not sure if I am seeing exactly the same thing, but I do see refresh issues.

    For example, in an existing document select a paragraph and change its style to one that needs a few pixels more height. In some cases, this works properly but in others the newly moved following content overwrites the pre-existing display, making a right mess, until the app has cause to re-render it (e.g. with zoom, pageup+pagedown, etc.)

    I regret I cannot see a pattern for when this bug hits, nor provide a definitive reproduction steps, but it's definitely there.

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    Ruth Ivimey-Cook commented  · 

    Been asking for this for ages. Please make this a priority.

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    4 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Feature Requests » Styles  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ruth Ivimey-Cook commented  · 

    There is already a standard method of embedding comments into regular expressions, so I would ask that this was used, along with the option of multiline input in the Find dialogs.

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    Ruth Ivimey-Cook commented  · 

    Adding my vote, with the note that the reason for not being able to use the Change Case command is that I need the style for TOC reference text where the original text should not be modified.

    Could I also point out that when you throw small caps into the mix, it is possibly better not to merge setting the desired character case (as in Change Case command) and setting the upper/lower case appearance (small caps etc).

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