We have recently upgraded to Adobe CC 2015 and Mac OSX El Capitan. When using InDesign I am finding that I am no longer able to toggle on/off a custom baseline grid within a text frame. I can use cmd-alt-' to hide/show the document baseline grid, but when I apply a custom baseline grid to a text frame it doesn't show/hide with the same keyboard command – the only way to hide/show is through cmd-B and then checking/unchecking the 'Use Custom Baseline Grid' check box.
This worked fine for me in CS6. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Have you unticked "Automatically hide and show menu bar" in El Capitan System Preferences under the General Tab?
Hello, thanks for replying. I've tried that and it hasn't fixed the problem unfortunately – the box was already unticked so I tried ticking it and unticking it again.
The InDesign keyboard shortcut toggles on/off the document baseline grid, but not the custom baseline grid of the text frame.