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Interface glitch on InDesign 2020 on macOS

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Jun 16, 2020

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Hi,

I'm on macOS High Sierra and Catalina, with latest Cloud CC versions of Adobe softwares.

 

I have an interface glitch where InDesign adds a hairline space at the top of any pages after the first one.

Then, the same glitch is reproduced in any PDF created either within InDesign or in Acrobat.

 

I tested and made two InDesign documents, and made sure that my elements were at the same level. Then I created two distinct PDF files, that I combined within Acrobat. And once again, a hairline space is added at the top of the page.

 

Oddly enough, if I put the PDF in Full Screen mode, pages appear at the same level with no added space.

 

I know it may only be an interface glitch, but I like to compare pages to pages, and as it is now, it looks like my alignment is off.

 

I will attach two screen captures of the glitch.

 

Any idea?

Thank you

 

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Interface glitch on InDesign 2020 on macOS

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Hi,

I'm on macOS High Sierra and Catalina, with latest Cloud CC versions of Adobe softwares.

 

I have an interface glitch where InDesign adds a hairline space at the top of any pages after the first one.

Then, the same glitch is reproduced in any PDF created either within InDesign or in Acrobat.

 

I tested and made two InDesign documents, and made sure that my elements were at the same level. Then I created two distinct PDF files, that I combined within Acrobat. And once again, a hairline space is added at the top of the page.

 

Oddly enough, if I put the PDF in Full Screen mode, pages appear at the same level with no added space.

 

I know it may only be an interface glitch, but I like to compare pages to pages, and as it is now, it looks like my alignment is off.

 

I will attach two screen captures of the glitch.

 

Any idea?

Thank you

 

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Jun 25, 2020

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Hi there,

 

Sorry about the delayed response. I checked the screenshot, but couldn't find the error you are referring to. Could you please share another screenshot after highlighting the error?

After sharing the screenshot, please try updating the application to 15.1.1 and let us know if you still see the same error. We'd be happy to help.

 

Regards,

Srishti

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Jun 25, 2020

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There you are, I added a picture called gap.jpg to the first post.

I joined the two pictures together to the same level.

Just zoom at the arrow where I put a line to show the 2 px difference.

 

Thank you.

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Hi Van:

 

I also don't see the issue and the screen shots apppear (to me) to be identical. What are we looking for?

 

~Barb

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