What file type have the images? Never use EPS!
Did you try to make an IDML cleanup?
Nope, just JPEG images. I am not familiar with IDML cleanups. . .
Please relaunch InDesign with clean preferences. It should work then.
To trash preferences, Press ctrl+Alt+Shift(win) or shift+control+opt+command(mac) while launching InDesign
Hi Erin and Monica
Same probleme here. Trashing the preferences didn't solve the problem. Its really annoying. Relinking solves the problem temporary. Just scrolling a page out of and into view and the images are skewed again.
I now have a file where I have two images on one page. Both are displayed skewed. The image is compressed to the left half of the page, the right half is widened (see image). After relinking one of the images, that one is ok. When I relink the second one, the first one is skewed again. Very frustrating.
Oh, and it only happens in prewiev-mode (w).
Any help is highly appreciated,
PS: I'm using ID2017.0 on OSX 10.11.6
Try turning off GPU Performance.
Thanks Bob. This seems to help.
However, I'm still hoping for a quick fix for this problem. GPU-acceleration should speed up the workflow and is one of the reasons why I am working with Adobe software. It's not a satisfying solution to just turn it off.
I don’t have a computer capable of it, but I do believe I’ve read a few posts where this happened to others. Seems to be a bug. You may want to file your own report: http://www.adobe.com/products/wishform.html
Thanks Bob for the Link. I just filed a bug report.
Two days ago, I wrote, that the problem seemed do occur only in preview (w) mode. However, I had a file yesterday where it occured only in normal mode and not in preview mode... strange.
Did you ever get a reply back from Adobe? I'm having this same issue! Super frustrating...
No, I didn't get any reply. I get the issue just occasionaly and haven't encountered it in the last weeks. Let's hope it never happens again. :-)
just my take on this:
We have to wait until a first bug-fix version of CC 2017 is out.
That did not happen yet since it was released in October 2016.
One of my rules—that I have to break sometimes because customers demand it:
Never use a dot o version of software for production purposes. Just use it for testing with your workflows.
InDesign CC 2017 is still on version 220.127.116.11.