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How do I disable touch screen-tutorial and start up permanently. I want my default start up to be Advanced, not touch screen. I use at Surface laptop (with touch screen), but has it connected to a monitor.
I use Indesign CC 14.0.1.
Thanks for reaching out. Touch screen tutorial only comes up when you launch the app for the first time or launch the app after resetting the preferences on touch enabled devices. It should not come up again after closing & changing the workspace.
If you see this every time you launch the app, you may try suggestions given on this help article(https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/resolve-slow-performance-and-unexpected-behavior-of-indesign...) & let us know how it goes.
It sort of works, but because of our work setup i Citrix / VPN, the system reboots everything every night and forgets the settings. Also the list of recent files is gone every morning. But I don't have to log in every morning - this information is remembered. Is it possible to connect the "Advanced"-workspace to my profile?
Are you saying InDesign never has an opportunity to shut down properly? Can you just close the application when you're done working? If you do, it shouldn't "forget" anything when the system reboots.
Indesign is properly shut down and kinda reset every day. The whole system is reset every night. I do not have the option of not shutting indesign down..I can leave it open, but the system shuts everything down and starts all over again next like a clean slate.. sorry, I don't actually understand the Citrix-setup..
Talk to your IT people about this.
There could be a thousand things I don't know about what's being done there, but the way you're telling it isn't making sense. If you close the application yourself after setting up the workspace and preferences, those settings should stick and survive a system reboot. If the system configuration (the parts that are out of your hands), is somehow(?) resetting your applications to a first-time-run state every single day (I'm not even sure that's possible), as Bob said, you need to consult with the people in charge of that and explain to them how workflow-destructive it is.