ever since updating to CS6 my Indesign behaves strangely when handling pictures:
Once I duplicate a picture, it seems to loose some of it's saturation, thereby noticably looking "lighter".
This happens with copy/cut paste and alt+drag as well.
Re-embedding the pictures helps, but with 500+ pictures in a document, this is rather painful.
Unfortunately, the phenomenon persists all the way into the final pdf I export for printing.
I tested with both CMYK and RGB Jpgs, Psd & Tifs, with Effects (Multiply) on them and without, the same behavior everywhere.
Here's a screenshot of a duplicated image on top of the original:
I really don't know what it could be, any ideas?
My System is a 15" MacBook Pro with the latest version of Lion running (no Mouintain Lion), and the CS6 is up to date.
Thanks a lot for any input!
No that's not true, just a result of me describing sloppily.
Images in this document came in either by drag and drop from bridge or by drawing a rectangle frame and the hitting command d, thereby placing the image.
Both behave the same.
Peter: Interesting, it indeed is restricted to this file, same picture in a new file no problems whatsoever. This is a "legacy" file originally created in CS 5.5, now saved as CS 6. However in CS 5.5 this behaviour didn't appear.
Olfarr: 2nd duplicate stays the same as first one, not lighter than that. Reboot didn't help, synchronizing din't help either.
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