MacBook M1 und InDesign

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Laut dem Beitrag von Adobe soll das einzige bekannte Problem mit InDesign sein, Die Darstellung der Titelleiste sein. https://helpx.adobe.com/de/indesign/kb/macos-big-sur-compatibility.html
Allerdings kann ich InDesign nicht einmal 5 Minuten verwenden, bevor es einfriert, mein Maus im Bild festhält und ich den Rechner abstürzen lassen muss, damit ich irgendetwas tun kann. Ich habe um das Probelm zu lösen InDesign mehrfach installiert und meine Rechner neu aufgesetzt. Mit dem letzten Update sollen Einige Abstürze behoben worden sein. https://helpx.adobe.com/de/indesign/kb/fixed-issues.html

Davon ist leider nichts zu sehen.

Ich Verstehe das Adobe brauch, bis die Apps mit dem neuen Chip funktionieren, aber warum steht nirgedndwo etwas von schweren Fehler und Problem, welche das Arbeiten UNMÖGLICH machen. 
Nur das Darstellungsproblem wird erwähnt. Ich wünschte ich hätte ein Darstellungsproblem.

 

 

 

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Adobe Employee , Apr 02, 2021 Apr 02, 2021
Hi all,   Sorry about the inconvenience caused. The first Beta release of InDesign for Apple silicon M1 is now available to download. Please try installing by following the instructions on this page and share your observations with us.   Regards, Ashutosh

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 15, 2021 Mar 15, 2021

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Hallo katA198,

ich kann Dir diese Fragen leider nicht beantworten.

Was ich weiß: die Entwickler arbeiten mit Hochdruck an einer kompatiblen Version.

Aber noch ist es nicht so weit. Bis dahin könntest Du Dich im InDesign-Prerelease anmelden, um die aktuellste Entwicklung mitzubekommen und um eine kompatible Version im Beta-Stadium zu testen, wenn diese verfügbar wird.

 

Anmeldung hier:

https://www.adobeprerelease.com/

 

Gruß,
Uwe Laubender

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At the end of the day, Apple designed their own chips, when the rest of the world is using Intel/AMD chips utilising x86 architectures, Apple decided in their infinite wisdom to develop their own.

 

Now to run other software designed to run natively on the x86 architecture, Apple us or Rosetta 2 to emulate it.

 

Basically, m1 chips are not suited to running Adobe Apps, only Lightroom and Photoshop to date are running natively on the M1 chip.

 

Bottom line is don't upgrade until the solution is in place. Although you are now stuck with the m1 chip and Adobe software not working.

 

The best place is on Adobe User Voice.

 

My guess to why the only known issue is is because nobody has informed Adobe, or at least the user base and the people reporting issues is small.

 

unfortunately you have been short changes by Apple.

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Hi all,

 

Sorry about the inconvenience caused. The first Beta release of InDesign for Apple silicon M1 is now available to download. Please try installing by following the instructions on this page and share your observations with us.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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