Ah, the wonders of InDesign. This would have been, let’s say, difficult in CCI.
Designer for Gannett Design Studio in Des Moines. Past Editor in Chief of the Iowa State Daily, formerly a sports editor and reporter. Golfer. Baseball lover. Wonderfully wordsy.
Today, Adobe announced the new InDesign CS6, as part of the new Adobe Creative Cloud service, where you can get all of Adobe’s desktop tools from the Master Collection, all Touch Apps and a bunch of web services and storage for a around 50 Dollars, monthly.
There is a pretty …
CS6! Get at me!
(The author begins weeping, realizing he’ll be long gone by the time the Daily upgrades to CS6.)
Sometimes, InDesign and Adobe’s Digital Publishing Suite don’t get along.
Sometimes that results in having to restart InDesign. Sometimes it results in things exporting funky. This is the latter.
Above, the cover of a story about ISU star Royce White’s announcement he’d depart to the NBA. Below, the same thing, but with stuff from the next three pages, too. Which, you know, is almost better.