We have a user with InDesign CS5.5 on a Mac. Here's the scenario:
-The user has a document with many linked images in multiple libraries (document is stored on the network).
-The user opens a second document or a blank document.
When the user switchs from the blank document to the "big" document, it takes 5-7 seconds to switch over. Opening the Activity Monitor in Mac OS shows that a lot of network activity is going on during the swtich between documents. It looks like it re-downloads the whole document each time. Switching from the "big" document to the blank one is pretty instantaneous. Is something trying to "update" the whole document each time the user switches tabs?
Probably checking the links again.
That's what I'm thinking, but it wasn't doing that before and isn't doing it on other computers.