Can you go to Help>Configure Plugins
Turn off the Kuler Plugin
You will be required to restart InDesign.
Once Restarted, go to Help>Configure Plugins and reinitialise the Kuler Panel Plugin.
Restart InDesign again.
Maybe that will help?
Thank you Eugene
Interestingly, I don't see a Kuler plug in listed. (see attached .JPG)
It's pretty strange because it comes up, it even lets me put in values and save stuff, put a theme in my swatches etcc. but I can't get rid of the green overlay.
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I'm sorry, I assumed it was in the Plugins.
I've searched extensively for where it's located on my system. And I can't find it.
Have you reinstalled InDesign?
It's located under Window->extensions->kuler
Yes, that's where you start Kuler. But the OP has said that the Panel is green.
I'm really surprised that it's not in the Configure Plugins, at least I couldn't find it.
The OP needs to get Kuler working properly.
Can you try clicking on Window->extensions->connections? Chances are it is displayed with a green overlay as well.
If that's the case, its due to system color profile. Try setting system color profile to any standard profile as opposed to custom. That should work.
Thank you Sonika, I tried that but it did not work. In an interesting
twist, a coworker of mine is experiencing the same thing with a pale
orange overlay. I am going to talk to my IT Department about our
firewall, I wonder if that has anything to do with it. I have not
re-installed the software because I don't have the disc, it was a
download by the e company, so I have find out how I can do that.
But please keep the suggestions coming if you have them. I really
appreciate those who have responded.
It's not due to firewall but system/monitor profiles.
Kuler and other panels under extension are flash panels. Any color overlay (green/orange) is usually due to way it is being rendered. Which in turn is affected by monitor and system profiles.
I would suggest trying different profiles and see if they work