Make sure you update your copy of InDesign CC to the latest update. The current version is InDesign CC 9.2.1. The first release of InDesign CC has some major performance issues that have since been fixed for the vast majority of users.
You can download updates either from Help > Updates or from the Creative Cloud Desktop app.
InDesign had some issues with the CC release relating to performance, most of which we addressed in 9.2.
Which version of CC are you using is it 9.0, 9.1, 9.2.
If its any less that 9.2 i would suggest that you try an upgrade.
just downloaded 9.2 this morning. it's still extremely slow. i was hoping that it would've fixed the issues.
so is there another solution since i've already got the latest update and it is still slower than cs5 using the same file?
i can't understand how a document with multiple BLANK boxes should cause such a sluggish performance.
sent yesterday. please let me know if there is a solution to this. there are some larger files i have for calendars that have dates, years, julian dates, holidays, etc. and they are basically unuseable in the new version of indesign due to the fact that the performance is so sluggish. this is crippling to our business.
We haven't received the file. I would recommend that you not send zip file if you did so earlier, the mails containing zip files are filtered, it may have got missed.
I would reuqest you to send the file again.
Thanks and sorry for the incovenience!!
You did receive the file. You already replied to me about the issue. See below.
Since I have last spoken with you I did download os 10.7.5, and I will work with it today to see if it's any faster. Unfortunately as I predicted it "broke" 2 of our other powerpc applications that I absolutely have to have, so that's a whole other set of issues that this has caused me.
I will let you know if I still have the same performance issues. This is the last thing I can try because I cannot upgrade this mac to 10.8. If the performance isn't better I guess I'll just be forced to go back to CS5.
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We are officially NOT supporting 10.6.8. The official supported platforms of Mac are 10.7 onwards.
I too would recommend that you upgrade as we haven't performed much testing on 10.6.8. It currently works but the outcome may not be nice as you are already facing.
Maybe you can try upgrading to 10.7 or 10.8, your mac may support these platforms and so does InDesign.
Ahhh sorry i replied on the wrong post!! :-(