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CC2017 image link glitches
I finally got myself a newer Mac Pro (moving from 2006 to 2009 -- one of my pals back at my old job found a 2009 on the IT guy's junk pile and grabbed it for me, upgraded it to 20GBs of ram and a new hardrive with Yosemite, works fine) and decided it was time to bit the bullet and move from good ol' Indy CS6 to the latest Indy, CC2017.

Now I'm finding that, when re-opening a file, the images all show OK links, but they appear on the screen as low-res. I have to manually re-link them to get the hi-res previews back. I've got all my InDesign application prefs set to hi-res previews, every place you can set that. They look good right after placing, but upon re-opening the file, they're shit. But since they show as "OK" in the link panel, I can't just say "relink all", I have to do each one individually...

I ran permissions repair, did a restart, still doing it. Arrrgh!
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Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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With no document open check and make sure you have your InDesign preferences for 'Display Performance' set to High Quality and then also check under the 'View' menu that 'Display Performance' is also set to High Quality. Once they are set with no documents open that should become the default for everything.

If that doesn't fix it try deleting the InDesign preferences.
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Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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thanks, Joe, I'll look into that, though I thought I did that already... could be one of them senior moments...
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Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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I only mentioned it because if you do it with a document open I think the setting only sticks for that document.

I'm having a lot of those myself these days. :cane:
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Maybe unrelated..... but this week, we made a proof, black and white book, maybe 50 b&w images... 2 of them were inversed. I mean, the blacks in the images were white and vice versa. Edited the links in photoshop, did the command i to inverse, links updated ok. Very strange. No transparency effects, etc. applied.

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Maybe unrelated..... but this week, we made a proof, black and white book, maybe 50 b&w images... 2 of them were inversed. I mean, the blacks in the images were white and vice versa. Edited the links in photoshop, did the command i to inverse, links updated ok. Very strange. No transparency effects, etc. applied.

I've seen that a few times with color images too. Still don't know how or why the designers did it.
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Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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I recall something like this too, But it seemed something to do with an old pagemaker pdf or something

Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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Maybe unrelated..... but this week, we made a proof, black and white book, maybe 50 b&w images... 2 of them were inversed. I mean, the blacks in the images were white and vice versa. Edited the links in photoshop, did the command i to inverse, links updated ok. Very strange. No transparency effects, etc. applied.

I've seen that a few times with color images too. Still don't know how or why the designers did it.

Designers didnt do it....their printout was ok. Maybe something to do with the collect for output?? But when editing the link, it was inversed.

Inversed.... dont ya love that word?

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Yeah the ones I see look fine in the PDF but when I open the image in the PDF into Photoshop from Acrobat to edit it....it is inversed there. I inverse it, edit it, and then save it back and it still looks fine in Acrobat.
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Re: CC2017 image link glitches
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I haven't seen it in indy but I've had it happen going cross platform. I'd save out images, send it to HR and when they get it it's inverse. I save it a different way and it works. I wonder if it's in the encoding.
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