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Publisher: Centre line in Spread - disable?


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1 minute ago, Joachim_L said:

No and no. Why do you need this? Perhaps worth a feature request in the appropriate forum?

Because it looks awful with artwork I have going across the page centre, and it's a thing that doesn't appear in the actual output.

EG in InDesign, you have Normal Mode where you have all the guides, margins etc visible, but then you can switch to Preview Mode, where it's still fully functional, but you only see the actual output.

But knowing it's not able to be disabled, I'll put in a feature request, thanks.

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4 minutes ago, mattspace said:

but you only see the actual output.

Perhaps you have also ADesigner installed? Use menu File >> Edit in Designer and the lines are gone.

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5 minutes ago, mattspace said:

EG in InDesign, you have Normal Mode where you have all the guides, margins etc visible, but then you can switch to Preview Mode, where it's still fully functional, but you only see the actual output.

Publisher also has a Preview mode that gets rid of 90% of non-printable guides etc

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2 minutes ago, carl123 said:

gets rid of 90%

mattspace wants the 100%. OK, why not. Personally I don't see those lines anymore.

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