If you've got a CC membership, I believe you can download CS6 at no
extra cost. I would seriously recommend doing that in your case, from
what you've described, until Adobe sorts out the issues. Use CS6 -- it's
You're not the only one, if that makes you feel better.
The good news is you can all install CS6 from the cloud and it ought to work while Adobe figures out what else is wrong.
Is there an echo in here again?
It's not an echo, it's feedback.
But my radio isn't even on.
@Gareth – my echo, er, feedback here:
why did you (or your company) buy before testing?
I have used indesign since CS3, for the most part its always been great. Why would I expect the latest one to be a squidgy turd?
CC is an abomination. I really think they have only updated indesign this past few weeks to force users off of 6, we have Soooo many indesign documents floating about, which means they cannot be opened without the whole export import malarkey. I just don't have the time.
An already nervous group of people I am trying to tend too, will not like the idea of further hassle trying to regress. (Although to be honest its looking like the only option right now)
well anyway, its a well documented thing, adobe have us by the short and curlies, and no doubt the key stake holders are sleeping well on their piles of money, whilst we type away and wait for the text to appear on screen.
Buy some shares in ADBE Inc. Then you too will sleep well.
Oh please. Nobody has anybody by anything.
Nobody here is minimizing the impact or inconvenience but your statements
border on ridiculous.