Every time I open up InDesign CC 2014 I have to change some of the settings, as it doesn't remember them from the previous time I opened it up. I think it was after the last update, but not totally sure. I'm using a Mac Pro (Early 2008) running OS X 10.10.2.
Every time I open it up, the welcome window appears, even though I untick the box to say that I don't want it to appear anymore. The Display Performance in the View menu reverts back to Typical Display, even though I change it to High Quality Display, without any files open. The Document presets that I created are no longer there. And the Workspace changes to a default view, rather than the view I created, so I have to select the Workspace I want every time.
Is there a way to get InDesign to remember these settings once and for all?
This is probably caused by a conflict with other software you have. First suspects are any non-Adobe plugins for ID. Next are Browser addons, particularly in Chrome or FireFox.
Thanks! I don't think I have any non-Adobe plugins in InDesign and I hardly ever use Chrome or Firefox, so I don't think I have any browser add ons.
Well, all sorts of strange things are tied to the latest Yosemite update, but it's more likely there's something running on your system that's causing it.