Not sure if this is a bug in the new update, but this just started happening on all of my Indesign documents, some of which are fairly old and have been used hundreds of times. All adobe programs are CS6 Master/Photoshop X Pro.
When I go to print one of these, any object that is placed on the worksheet, prints blurry, or very poor quality. Text or shapes that are part of the document and not placed print correctly.
The placed objects are mainly vector based illustrator documents, but there's a few from photoshop. I don't see any errors, the files aren't being rasterized or anything and all have the correct paths. I've tested with about 20 documents and every one does this. I am 100% certain, that these files printed fine 2 days ago, and to my knowledge there hasn't been any changes to the computer or any adobe program. These were just routine brochures we were printing. Is there some setting that I'm missing that would cause placed objects to print incorrectly?
Sounds like the links are out of date or you’ve selected optimized subsampling when printing.
FWIW, I NEVER print from InDesign. I always export a PDF and print from Acrobat.
I double checked the links and updated the originals just to be sure I'm using a good copy. I'll check out the subsampling. Not sure why these would stop printing correctly all of a sudden though.
Looks like that was it. Not sure how it got reverted back to optimized, but working fine now. Thanks