has had long-standing problem of Indesign CS3 (CS1 in it worked correctly, I did not use CS2).
I now have a version of CS6.
This to me is that the client sends us a graphic that is done in 1:1 and size as 250x200 cm. (printed on textiles).
For easier processing and graphics, PDF creation reduces the size of 1:10. And here is the problem. All effects (shadows, transparency, will remain in its original size and I have one effect after another to mark oo reduce one decimal place)
More can be seen in this video: http://screenr.com/sXZ8
Imagine the case that I do graphics on a number of purposes: Business cards, flyers, billboards, posters. All in one spirit. If I do graphics on the flyer and diminishing it to the card, I have to redo all the effects ... : (
I report this bug to Adobe Support Czech for a long time, but no response. : (
If your German is good enough or you can rely on something like Google Translate, go over to Gerald Singelmanns' Blog "indesign-faq" where you can find a script for scaling effects and a discussion when and if an effect gets scaled. it's about CS3 and CS4, so test with caution:
The discussion "Scaling Effects, an Update":
Thank you so much for the tip.
But because the work PC, I assume that even if it will work with CS6, probably not to Windows 7 64bit.
Yet it is a pity that even if Adobe knows about this matter (Czech Adobe support told me that it will be fixed in version CS6), added to set a check box "resize effects when changing size", as in the "Changing adjust the size of the thickness of the stroke "
It should work with your CS3 version on Windows 7 64bit.
The only thing is that I had no time to test it with InDesign CS6.
(Czech Adobe support told me that it will be fixed in version CS6), added to set a check box "resize effects when changing size", as in the "Changing adjust the size of the thickness of the stroke "
Not in my version of CS6... :-(
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