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In order to help assist you further on your query we need some more information like:
Exact version of MAC OS
If you create new document different pictures , does it shows the same error?
Also when you change secondary graphic card to primary and vice versa , then check how application responds and share results.
Same issue with the same machine. Running OSX 10.12.6 and find that InDesign CC 2018 frequently previews images within documents either way too saturated or washed out. After exporting to PDF, everything looks perfect again. We have found two temporary fixes —
1. Turning on CPU preview.
2. Proof colours as sRGB.
We are always careful with our colour profiles, as well as transparency blend space set to RGB when appropriate.
Thanks for the details. Would you mind sharing few more details like:
Which Graphic Cards you have on your system? When was it updated last time?
Many people have had problems using GPU Performance. It seems to require just the right combination of CPU, video card, processor and phase of the moon to run correctly. If it is not running correctly for you and you are not tech savvy enough to deal with changing or updating your video card etal then you can simply turn it off altogether in InDesign's preferences (or click on the rocket ship in InDesign's top menu bar for quick access to it).
Hi Srishti, thanks for your reply.
GPU is AMD Radeon R9 M390 2048 MB and inbuilt with 27" iMac, not something that is user upgradable.
Are the GPU issues specifically related to InDesign, they seem to be working great (the addition of scrubby zoom etc) in all of the other CC applications.
Thanks for the information. I would request that if you can share your workflow here at our Adobe InDesign Feedback form. This is the best way of communicating with the Engineering and Product Management teams regarding issues and suggestions so they can be implemented in future releases.