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InDesign 2022 17.0.1 slow performance while working on old ID 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 v17.0.0 Files

Explorer ,
Nov 18, 2021 Nov 18, 2021

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I have slow running issues with 2022 too. I loaded a ID document created in 2019. It was taking so long to load that I left it alone for a few HOURS. I uninstalled and reinstalled and that helped, but it still doesn't run or load as fast as the previous version. I know what it SHOULD do, but can only deal with what it DOES do. I'm still able to work. I'm fine with waiting for an update that fixees the speed. I only wanted to support dale's observaton.

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New Here ,
Nov 19, 2021 Nov 19, 2021

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same slow response issue. Indesign 17.0.1. iMacPro 64GB RAM. macOS 11.6.1. all other adobe apps running ok.

any action takes 5-10 secs for Indesign to respond.  also, links to Illustrator docs won't update; have to delete & re-place.

pls fix urgently - major project due to be completed next couple days.

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New Here ,
Nov 25, 2021 Nov 25, 2021

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Same here. Indesign 2022 (V17.0.1) just randomly freezes for a few secs with no clear reasons (eg. using a certain tool) whatsoever. Even with a new file that only had 3 pages. Finally gave up and downgraded back to 2021 (V16.4). Everything is smooth again.

 

* Using Macbook pro 16" 2019 / i9 2.3Ghz / 32G RAM / AMD 5500M 8GB / 1TB SSD

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New Here ,
Nov 19, 2021 Nov 19, 2021

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UPDATE: just created a new Indesign file (17.0.1) and placed same Illustrator files in it and it seems to be working and responding without any slowing.

As a test, any existing Indesign file i open runs slow.

The theory so far is that 17.0.1 only likes files created in 17.0.1.  Even files created in 17.0 (ie just a few days ago) run v slow.

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 26, 2021 Nov 26, 2021

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Hi All,

 

Sorry to hear about your experiences. I would request you to package the files, including the links & share the download links with me here or via DM. I will check it at my end. I would also request you to check the following things & share your observation with me:

  • Please check if turning off the internet help resolve the issue?
  • Store files & links locally on Desktop and check if it helps with the performance.
  • Are you using TimeMachine? If yes, please check if turning it off/ disabling it help resolve the issue?
  • Please check if turning off preflight  (Window > Output > Preflight > Deselect the checkbox) help resolve the issue?
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  • Please try different Display options (View > Display Performance) in InDesign. I recommended working on Typical Display.
  • Please try turning off GPU performance from InDesign preferences (cmd + k > GPU Performance > uncheck GPU Performance and see if that helps?

 

We will be looking forward to your response.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Anshul Saini

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