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Publisher 2.4.1 Changing the section name works through zoom in/out


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I have a 52-page journal with sections organized through the Section Manager.
Now when I move pages and change the section name, nothing happens until I zoom in/out of the page.

MacOS Ventura

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Hi @anto,

I've just tested this on Monterey and so far I'm not seeing any issues...

Are you moving spreads or individual pages when you see this issue?

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1 minute ago, Hangman said:

Are you moving spreads or individual pages when you see this issue?

First, I move the spreads to another location, and then change the name of the section for this or any other spread.

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6 minutes ago, anto said:

First, I move the spreads to another location, and then change the name of the section for this or any other spread.

When I move spreads and then change the section name they are all updated instantly without the need to zoom in or out. I don't know if this is specific to Ventura but I'll keep testing...

If you have time it may help to upload a quick screen recording...

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11 minutes ago, Hangman said:

If you have time it may help to upload a quick screen recording...

I don't know what it depends on. Maybe it's the time I've been working with the file, because I just saved it under a different name to try to reproduce it and so far it's working fine.

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2 minutes ago, anto said:

I don't know what it depends on. Maybe it's the time I've been working with the file, because I just saved it under a different name to try to reproduce it and so far it's working fine.

Interesting... I wouldn't expect the length of time you've been working on the document to be a factor though it does sound like it's a screen redraw issue so maybe it's memory-related and saving the document under a different name has freed up memory?

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2 minutes ago, anto said:

16 GB is not enough?

I was thinking more about the file itself as it grows in size and whether that has an impact on screen redraw... 16GB should be plenty...

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On 4/3/2024 at 8:25 AM, Hangman said:

Interesting... I wouldn't expect the length of time you've been working on the document to be a factor though it does sound like it's a screen redraw issue so maybe it's memory-related and saving the document under a different name has freed up memory?

I also thought this sounds like a redraw issue. This can be tested by changing the retina rendering and display settings in the apps performance preferences and then seeing if this issue still occurs.

Please tag me using @ in your reply so I can be sure to respond ASAP.

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