So I've been working on a project for most of the day, while editing page 2-3 I scrolled down and realised that Indesign had randomly wiped pages 6-9 for no reason at all, and no matter what I try I can't find a save that is even remotely up to date. I've tried rebooting in order to get a recovery file but it didn't change anything
When using CMD+Y it contains all the text from the article that was previously on the page, so I assume it's been somehow massively compressed rather than just outright deleted. I've tried resizing this box(?) but nothing happens.
When selected it's properties look like this
In addition to this, other pages have had some, but not all text and images removed from them for seemingly no real reason
There doesn't seem to be any correlation between what images were removed, what fonts were removed, or any pattern in areas of the pages that were affected.
If anyone has any insight/solutions into this it'd be greatly appreciated, this isn't what I needed a day before my deadlines
The Properties show 0 width and 0 height.
This one shows overset text plus more small boxes.
Your story editor does not show the same text as on this page.
Turn on Hidden Characters and look for Column breaks and Frame breaks in the Layout and Story Editor.
Open the Layers panel and spin open the disclosure triangle to see what is on each page.
Go to View > Extras > Show text threads to see how the frames are linked.