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In früheren Versionen von CC haben einige Dinge gut geklappt. Es ist schade, dass mit einigen Ergänzungen in Updates man sich gewohnte Abläufe in InDesign aus versteckten neuen Orten zusammen suchen muss. So muss man muss die richtigen «Grundlagen» anklicken um z.B. Grössen auch zu scrollen:

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Falls man nun fast zufällig auf "Grundlagen" klickt erscheint ein weiteres Menue:

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Klickt man auf «Klassische Grundelemente» erscheint das bisher gewohnte Menue oben und man kann Grössen wieder scrollen:

 

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Wieso nur auf diese Weise?

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It’s not difficult to set and save custom workspaces to fit your needs. The last set workspace is remembered when you launch an application. If you change or move items in a saved workspace, it can be set back to the original via Window>Workspace>Reset...

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«Grundlagen» und «Klassische Grundlagen und Grössen scrollen

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In früheren Versionen von CC haben einige Dinge gut geklappt. Es ist schade, dass mit einigen Ergänzungen in Updates man sich gewohnte Abläufe in InDesign aus versteckten neuen Orten zusammen suchen muss. So muss man muss die richtigen «Grundlagen» anklicken um z.B. Grössen auch zu scrollen:

InDesign_01.png

Falls man nun fast zufällig auf "Grundlagen" klickt erscheint ein weiteres Menue:

InDesin_02.png

 

 

Klickt man auf «Klassische Grundelemente» erscheint das bisher gewohnte Menue oben und man kann Grössen wieder scrollen:

 

InDesign_03.png

 

Wieso nur auf diese Weise?

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It’s not difficult to set and save custom workspaces to fit your needs. The last set workspace is remembered when you launch an application. If you change or move items in a saved workspace, it can be set back to the original via Window>Workspace>Reset...

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The dropdown menu you are referring to in your captures are default Workspaces. You can make and save your own custom workspaces:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/workspace-basics.html

 

The Grundlagen workspace in your capture does not include the Control panel—you can turn the Contol panel on and off from the Window menu.

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Thank you

Its more a question of ergonomics in most Creative Suite programs! I was aware of the "basics", but why two almost identical settings, and only in one you can scroll? I was nagging in other community mails that with some Adobe updates certain defaultes – which I commonly used – are changed. Sometimes you need now many klicks to get things done, where a few months ago, one klick did it (e.g. Photoshop standards).  Another example is in the Bridge: every time I restart Bridge the once Deactivated Adobe Photo-Downloader is Activated automatically. This blocks my Canon EOS Utilities when I try to download photos, because the small Adobe Downloader Window is hidden behind  other program windows.

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It’s not difficult to set and save custom workspaces to fit your needs. The last set workspace is remembered when you launch an application. If you change or move items in a saved workspace, it can be set back to the original via Window>Workspace>Reset...

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I found out about this, but all my arguments aim in another direction: with all these frequent updates we end up without obvious gains for a normal user – but with more klicks to do the same as months ago!

 

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Make sure you migrate your previous settings when you update.

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