What happens if you export to a PDF?
it looks just fine but is annoying not to be able to see it right while you
work on it...
On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 1:07 PM, beer and no prepress <
I agree. Why is that red graphic in the upper left different between the two shots? Maybe delete that and see what happens.
See Edit > Transparency Blend Space...
There will be a tick mark next to either "Document RGB" or "Document CMYK". Click the un-ticked setting and see if it improves your display.
I found out finally what it was, on the Preferences in Composition there is
an option that says Highlight and Custom Tracking/Kearning or something
like that, I turned it off and is fine now. Probably whoever worked on it
before turned it on. :S
On Wed, Sep 17, 2014 at 1:39 PM, John Mensinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For what it's worth, the composition highlights only show in normal view and would disappear in Preview or Overprint Preview. I find it's nice to see custom tracking and kerning when you're editing...