No idea why this happened. The tags say CS5. Is it patched to 7.0.4? Did the document begin life in CS5?
The bigger question, and the road to a workaround, is why are you overriding the folios? Perhaps you need to add a layer for them so thay are above some other content or add another master page where they are a different color?
Yep, the document has always been in CS5, patched to 7.0.4.
I have a master page for the first page of each chapter, and I over-ride to change the chapter number and title. The page numbers weren't overlapping anything else, and on closer inspection it only happened on the recto pages. I just want to figure out why this happened so we don't have to add this to our final checklist (which is long enough already!) before sending large books to the printers.
Thanks so much for any help!
Are you overriding the folios too, or just the chapter number/title?
I think there may be a bug here that you've managed to have bite you. It may help, if your folio frames are full page width, to move them in to only span the margins (or any other size, as long as they don't touch the spine).
Is there a way to just over-ride the chapter number and title? I thought you had to right click on the page altogether! Ugh I'm so relieved to tell my boss it's probably just a bug. Do you think it will happen again? I'll make sure to make my folio frames smaller from now on.
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To override a selected item Ctrl + Shift (Windows) or Cmd + Shift (Mac) Click on it.
Thanks so much, I think things will be much more organized here in the future!