InDesignSecrets Podcast 235

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  1. Thanks for the tutorial on the GPU Performance setting.

    In the past couple of weeks, I’ve upgraded our newspaper from CC2014 to CC2015. Here’s an aspect of this new setting — hell, let’s call it a bug — that caught me off guard.

    When I’m designing on the laptop and the GPU Performance setting is on, at least some transparency settings don’t preview correctly. Here’s our nameplate with a map image in the background with transparency applied to 10 percent, and a link to how it looks when the GPU setting is active.

    GPU off: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ns4by1o2k5qa68z/Screenshot%202016-09-20%2010.57.42.png?dl=0

    GPU on: https://www.dropbox.com/s/rkka2fu3pgewwr9/Screenshot%202016-09-20%2010.57.30.png?dl=0

    This template’s master pages have migrated through versions dating back to 2010 and CS4, so it would be interesting to find out if this is a glitch in conversion. More experimentation after deadline.

  2. I love Brian as a presenter. Our AIGA had him come out once in a while but we haven’t seen him for seminars in a couple years.

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