I wonder if someone from engineering could look at that more precisely…
Have you filed a bug? This is a user forum, and it's really unlikel that anyone from engineering will see this thread, and unlikely they could initiate any sort of action without a bug report if they did.
I don't understand what you are experiencing.
Are you saying you cannot switch from InDesign to another application? What are you doing in InDesign and what happens when you try?
I believe the OP is saying that ID retains focus even when moving to the background after opeing another application. I thought this was a previously reported problem on SL or Lion?
Thanks for your messages.
Peter, I think you have understand what I mean.
In fact the problem seams to be between indesign CS5. (and CS4 - I have just see it) and the OS Lion (X 7.3)
I don't have any bug report (or I don't know where I can see it)
Does anyone know if a solution exists ?
Hmm. This problem rings a faint faint bell, but I can't remember any details.
I definitely don't see this personally under 10.7.3.
Does it work with a new user account?
What if you reboot the machine into safe mode: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1564
I didn't pay a lot of attention to it as a Windows user, but I think maybe using the application frame helps...
I tried to reboot the machine into safe mode... and it's not the solution.
Indesign stoped working when I tried to make a book...
I don't understand what you mean with "new user account" : in my office we are several having the same problem on our computer.
In fact, all the people who are using the book function have the same problem.
Thanks for trying to help me.
I'm not sure to know what is the application frame.
Is it the function to arrange the windows inside indesign?
Because my problem is between indesign and the other applications.
A new user account is just that, add a user to the Mac and log in using that account. If it works in the new account it indicates the problem is with the old user account, not with ID.
I'm not sure where the Application frame option is -- I don't have it here on Windows, it' always on. I'm not sure that it will help, but it won't hurt to try. Using the application frame makes that what takes focus first when you switch, so you aren't dealing with a bunch of independent floating windows.
I'm not sure where the Application frame option is -- I don't have
Window > Application Frame
I found the application frame, although he did not have the same name in French... And I realised that I have been working with since the beginning.
I will test the new user account but I can't do it by myself.
I hope we will finish by find something
To be continued ...