FIrst hit Undo untill the picture is back;
now go to the menu View / Extra's/ Hide Contentgrabber.
this will disable the 'donut', the so called Contentgrabber in the middle of you picture, you can now click anywhere on your pucture frame and move it.
Background information: the Contentgrabber, the donut, sits in the middle of your picture frame and is meant to move your picture INSIDE the frame, not the frame itself. If you accidently click on it and start to move you can move your picture outside the frame and it looks like it disappears
First of all thank you for your reaction. I select 'Hide Contentgrabber' after that once I moved an object but then the same story was again a fact. Maybe I do something wrong by selecting to move the object? I click on the black arrow and then I click an the object but the frame still will not move with the picture. The picture disappear and the frame will turn into white.
I hope you can help me,
What did you mean with 'click on undo'? And where is this option? Do you just mean crtl+z?
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Yes, ctrl-z ;-)
When you clicked on 'Hide Contentgrabber', the next time you go to the View / Extra's it should read 'Show Contentgrabber', do not click that option again! If it now reads 'Show' it means the current view is Hide, which is good.
Try this, hover (not click!) slowly over the exact middle of you picture: if you now see a circle appearing on the image and your cursor changes to a hand, then the contentgrabber is on and that is NOT what you want. If nothing happens, then it is hidden and you can drag.
Alternative: click anywhre but on the middle of your image before dragging it.
BTW: your name sounds Dutch or Flemish, if you are using a Dutch version of InDesign it is called:
Weergave / Extra's / Verberg Inhoudsgrijper.