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Info Palette in CS3 not working

Info Palette in CS3 not working

Info Palette in CS3 not working

For some reason the info palette has decided to stop showing ppi information and word count. It's completely blank.

I had this problem in CS2 and found a patch for it, but I've had a look on Adobe Forums and in the archive here but can't find anything useful.

Any advice gratefully received.

RE: Info Palette in CS3 not working

Update your OS and InDesign

Also, turn off your version cue in the preferences, if you're not using version cue, I've heard it can cause problems.

After you've done that, if it's still not working, start indesign and press ctrl alt shift (windows) or cmd alt shit (indesign) to reset the preferences.


RE: Info Palette in CS3 not working

Thanks very much, I'll try that (although I think you might mean shiFt?!

RE: Info Palette in CS3 not working

your mac has no shit key? maybe that's what's wrong???

Sorry about that, I did mean shift, a sreudlian flip of the keyboard there.


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