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Unusual, weird layout (ID CC2020): fonts are scaled

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The left and right pages are the same text and the same frame.
The text on the left page has not changed and is correct.
The font size on the right page has become smaller (this is not what I expected, and I did not change the font settings).

In addition, the picture has also been reduced non-proportionally.
For changed pictures, the frame should automatically fit the content.
This really drives me crazy ...

 

ID original file is here

http://www.fileconvoy.com/dfl.php?id=gb450bbe2e4f3a0f9100022577733180b566bbca5de  

 

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Hi,

I looked into your document.

 

What I tested:

1. Removed the text frame from page 3

2. Duplicated the text frame from page 2.

3. Moved the duplicate to page 3.

4. Did Adjust Layout to new page size 100 x 150 mm

 

Still I see a difference in the text size of both text frames.

5.4 Pt on page 2

2.57 Pt on page 3

 

I think I found the reason for the difference.

The difference is not in the text frame. It's in the page itself.

Liquid Layout Rules for page 2 is different compared to page 3.

 

For page 2 is is set to: Guide Based Based on Master

For page 3 it is set to: Scale

 

Liquid-Layout-Rule-Page-3-set-to-Scale.PNG

 

So I would suggest that you change the Liquid Layout Rule for all pages to: Guide Base Based on Master before doing Adjust Layout.

To do that select the Page Tool and do the keyboard shortcut for Select All. Enable the Control panel if Liquid Layout Rule options are not visible. Just tested that with your document and it is working.

 

Solution-Set-Liquid-Layout-Rule-to-GuideBased.PNG

 

Don't know if this behavior is a bug or a feature.

 

EDITED: It was Based On Master and not Guide Based

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

 

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Unusual, weird layout (ID CC2020): fonts are scaled

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The left and right pages are the same text and the same frame.
The text on the left page has not changed and is correct.
The font size on the right page has become smaller (this is not what I expected, and I did not change the font settings).

In addition, the picture has also been reduced non-proportionally.
For changed pictures, the frame should automatically fit the content.
This really drives me crazy ...

 

ID original file is here

http://www.fileconvoy.com/dfl.php?id=gb450bbe2e4f3a0f9100022577733180b566bbca5de  

 

Old.pngCurrent.png

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Correct answer by Laubender | Adobe Community Professional

Hi,

I looked into your document.

 

What I tested:

1. Removed the text frame from page 3

2. Duplicated the text frame from page 2.

3. Moved the duplicate to page 3.

4. Did Adjust Layout to new page size 100 x 150 mm

 

Still I see a difference in the text size of both text frames.

5.4 Pt on page 2

2.57 Pt on page 3

 

I think I found the reason for the difference.

The difference is not in the text frame. It's in the page itself.

Liquid Layout Rules for page 2 is different compared to page 3.

 

For page 2 is is set to: Guide Based Based on Master

For page 3 it is set to: Scale

 

Liquid-Layout-Rule-Page-3-set-to-Scale.PNG

 

So I would suggest that you change the Liquid Layout Rule for all pages to: Guide Base Based on Master before doing Adjust Layout.

To do that select the Page Tool and do the keyboard shortcut for Select All. Enable the Control panel if Liquid Layout Rule options are not visible. Just tested that with your document and it is working.

 

Solution-Set-Liquid-Layout-Rule-to-GuideBased.PNG

 

Don't know if this behavior is a bug or a feature.

 

EDITED: It was Based On Master and not Guide Based

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

 

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Feb 05, 2020

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In your Preferences, When Scaling is, I think,  be set to Adjust Scaling Percentage. That's why you are seeing this.

You can make the change in your preferences (to Apply to Content) to prevent this going forward. 

To fix the existing problems, selct the text and chose Redefine Scaling as 100% from the upper right hambuger menu.

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Feb 05, 2020

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It's weird: why the left and right pages are different
Isn't this a big bug?

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Feb 06, 2020

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Hi 喜狼_edny,

what function did you use to scale the pages?

 

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Uwe Laubender

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Hi,

I looked into your document.

 

What I tested:

1. Removed the text frame from page 3

2. Duplicated the text frame from page 2.

3. Moved the duplicate to page 3.

4. Did Adjust Layout to new page size 100 x 150 mm

 

Still I see a difference in the text size of both text frames.

5.4 Pt on page 2

2.57 Pt on page 3

 

I think I found the reason for the difference.

The difference is not in the text frame. It's in the page itself.

Liquid Layout Rules for page 2 is different compared to page 3.

 

For page 2 is is set to: Guide Based Based on Master

For page 3 it is set to: Scale

 

Liquid-Layout-Rule-Page-3-set-to-Scale.PNG

 

So I would suggest that you change the Liquid Layout Rule for all pages to: Guide Base Based on Master before doing Adjust Layout.

To do that select the Page Tool and do the keyboard shortcut for Select All. Enable the Control panel if Liquid Layout Rule options are not visible. Just tested that with your document and it is working.

 

Solution-Set-Liquid-Layout-Rule-to-GuideBased.PNG

 

Don't know if this behavior is a bug or a feature.

 

EDITED: It was Based On Master and not Guide Based

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

 

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Explorer ,
Feb 07, 2020

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Hi Laubender ~

You are awesome, thank you so much for solving my confusion ~
Good luck ~

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 11, 2020

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Hi 喜狼_edny,

I did a bug report at Adobe InDesign UserVoice:

 

[ Versions 14 and 15 ] Adjust Layout | Liquid Page Rule "Scale" is affecting the result
Uwe Laubender · February 11, 2020

https://indesign.uservoice.com/forums/601180-adobe-indesign-bugs/suggestions/39682729--versions-14-a...

 

Please vote for fixing the bug.

 

Thanks,
Uwe Laubender

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