There's something that I noticed since the release of Indesign CC, but I couldn't find any discussion about it.
The problem is, is that in older versions of Indesign, you could easily visually spot incorrectly aligned objects: f.e. objects that had a very small gap inbetween them could be spotted by the 'double' lines.
However, since Indesign CC, I notice that this double line also appears on perfectly aligned objects, but only at specific zoom-levels. I have added a screenshot as an example. The rectangels on the right are perfectly aligned to the pink divider, however on zoom-levels up to 125% it appears as if they don't align.
Anyone got a solution for this?
All the best,
I find it's best to check the x/y coordinate numbers in the control panel.
Yeah, that has always worked best, and I always do that. However, it surprized me that since the latest version the display became much worse. I was wondering if there was some kind of solution to go back to at least the preview-quality of CS6 and before.