What happens? Al of a sudden I get yellow lines in all my image exports (PNG / JPG)... When giving it more pixels/inch the lines change position and are less wide.
could you please share a page in INDD file (package) to try to repeat an issue?
Looks like some interferention, and on the central image they are rather blurred then yellow, so it's difficult to say more without looking at the working file.
for a moment I can't repeat an issue
Could you also add the screenshot with an Export settings (e.g. for JPG)?
and some system info: OS and InDesign versions
I suspect that you do not use InDesign version 184.108.40.206.
Cannot test all this because I was not part of the first phase of the release roll-out and never had access to 220.127.116.11. The OP's document clearly is a 18.104.22.168 version one.
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I am experiencing the problem if i create a 150dpi jpg from a document that's 10percent of the original size. The graphic size is 5486x1151mm - so the document size is 548,6x115,1mm. The images are heavy. Before my update today I no yellowlines in my jpg, but today I have...
I have the same problem since the update this morning!
We have the same problem, only for Jpg and png.
I am having exactly the same problem too. Yellow lines on all the photos I export in JPG. It happen since yesterday.
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We're sorry to hear about your experience.
@Interactivez Thank you for reporting it on Adobe InDesign UserVoice. Product team is reviewing this right now.
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This is happening to me too! I've had every .jpeg come out this way - it's not an MAC OS issue, I'm working from Windows 10. Happens when the image file is embedded and linked.
Same issue. WTF
I urgently need to export a batch of thumbnails from InDesign to 110px square jpegs. I would use your script Rob if I could figure how how ... I tried loading it in Photoshop ... what do I need to do?
Thank you for your quick response! I followed the instructions (sorry had misunderstood and thought PhotoShop was the workaround), installed the InDesign script, ran the script, but got an error message:
The target folder was just a folder on the desktop.
Hi @sal_belle , the target error is referring to Photoshop—the script uses Photoshop to create the JPEG. Try this version of the script and see if will launch Photoshop:
What versions of InDesign and Photoshop are you using? Does the script work if you have both Photoshop and InDesign running before you run the script?
Do I need both open? I tried with both open – still getting the same error message. Shall I do a full computer restart?
still getting the same error message
Are you getting the error with the alternate script I posted above—ExportJPEGV2?