I tried your test document and it is weird, but it seems you can only get this done by a workaround. Several options:
- Do not use facing pages
- Do not rearrange facing pages or only when moving both together
- When rearranging left or right facing pages, assign master page again. Means, if you move page 3 ("2") before page 2 ("D") and then assign master pages "D" to page 2 and master page "2" to page 3, all looks good again.
thanks for your answer
Unfortunately, none of the suggested options is possible really.
The test document is just a very simplified version of a complex indd document, that I'm trying to fix.
Facing pages MUST be used, and re-applying a master page does not fix the problem...
Please note I created a thread in english :
Single pages can have different master pages applied (L, R) so they look like facing pages when printing, but there are none in Indesign. This is what I do all day.The only reason to use facing pages is when they share objects. But facing pages sharing objects are usually not separated anymore.
Like I said, in your test document it fixed the problem by re-applying the master page.
Doc Maik wrote:
The only reason to use facing pages is when they share objects.
I respectfully disagree. Setting up as facing pages makes it much easier for the designer to see the pages the same way the reader will when the document is bound.
That would be nice if Indesign could do that, but it only shows the ideal view.