If a vector object is simple, I will create it in InDesign as opposed to placing an Illustrator vector graphic in InDesign. As of a few hours ago, my vector graphics now have a slight pixelized/jagged appearance on screen. I can see my type appear fluid until I convert to outlines.
I have gone under Edit->Preferences->Display Performance and toggled the settings with little luck.
Attached is a screen shot of my problem. The text in the box is editable text and below it is what's converted to outlines. To the right is a vector graphic I developed in InDesign and was not jagged while I was developing (I would've noticed). Again, these are not placed objects and this graphic was OK six hours ago.
Side note, I noticed the problem develop recently in Acrobat and was able to turn off the setting via Edit->Preferences->Page Display and enabling smooth line art and setting smooth text to Monitor.
As I am writing this, I have noticed that the problem goes away when I turn on Overprint Preview so I think my default vector lines (not the stroke) are appearing jagged. It's not the end of the world and I can develop simple vector art in Illustrator and then copy and paste over to InDesign, it's just annoying. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
It's only a screen issue, don't bother.
Willi, thanks for your response. By "screen issue," do you mean my monitor and/or video driver (again, vector art looks ok in Illustrator and other applications) or that's just InDesign and I'm super sensitive. Thanks for your response.
In otzher applications you have an options to smooth lines, not here, so it is not a problem.