thanks, but I know and did this already.
It´s really strange because the pics do this without any external influence.
An example: I work on a layout with a Screenshot in the background, everything look good (professional Screenshot), Display Performance is set on High Quality > I create a colored layer (1 color) with 20% transparency and slide it over the screenshot > the screenshot goes crazy and looks like pixel war!
But the Display Performance didn´t change, everything else is working > change Display Performance in Typical Display and everythings looks good and sharp again (only on this one page, the other look like typcial display!) > thats soo strange!
This was an example from yesterday, but it happens really often and I don´t get it
(I work with ID since 10 years and know many tricks, but this is a really bad bug I think)
Could there be a context with many different monitors? I work usually with 2 extern monitors but also have to show screens on big TV-Screens oder beamers (2-3 times a day/part of my job).
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Thanks for the details. It can be related to external monitors. Would also suggest you to recreate your InDesign preferences incase.
Please see this link : Set preferences in Adobe InDesign