I see. So you only Force quit InDesign? Everything else was OK after force quitting InDesign? What was going on in InDesign at the time the memory usage went up?
Its just a ram-sucking mother-%$#@&#! situation.
I think I found the solution regarding my Acrobat Pro problem.Please read the comments I've made on the Adobe forum.
Quote from: sgrhill on October 27, 2017, 04:14:59 AMI think I found the solution regarding my Acrobat Pro problem.Please read the comments I've made on the Adobe forum.Unfortunately the memory leak problem is 100% back. ;-(My colleague worked problem free for a week. I've installed CC 2018 on his iMac and after this install Acrobat becomes very memory hungry again. (I don't know if this action is related to the problem.)Back to square one.
ThnX for thinking with me.No, my colleague doesn't have that software installed.