Control graphics’ display performance

You can control the resolution of graphics placed in your document. You can change the display settings for the entire document or for individual graphics. You can also change a setting that either allows or overrides the display settings for individual documents.

Change a document’s display performance

A document always opens using the default Display Performance preferences. You can change the display performance of a document while it is open, but the setting won’t be saved with the document.

If you’ve set the display performance of any images separately, you can override the settings so all objects use the same settings.

  1. Choose View > Layout View.
  2. Choose View > Display Performance, and select an option from the submenu.
  3. To force objects that you have set individually to display using the document setting, deselect View > Display Performance > Allow Object-Level Display Settings. (A check mark indicates it is selected.)

Change an object’s display performance

  1. Choose View > Layout View.
  2. To preserve the display performance for individual objects when the document is closed and reopened, make sure Preserve Object-Level Display Settings is selected in Display Performance preferences.
  3. Choose View > Display Performance, and make sure Allow Object-Level Display Settings is selected.
  4. With the Selection tool  or Direct Selection tool , select an imported graphic.
  5. Select an imported graphic using the Position tool .
  6. Do one of the following:
    • Select Object > Display Performance, and choose a display setting.

    • Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the image, and choose a display setting from the Display Performance submenu.

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To remove an object’s local display setting, choose Use View Setting in the Display Performance submenu. To remove local display settings for all graphics in the document, select Clear Object-Level Display Settings in the View > Display Performance submenu.

Display performance options

These options control how graphics are displayed on the screen, but they do not affect the print quality or exported output.

Use Display Performance preferences to set the default option used to open all documents, and customize the settings that define those options. Each display option has separate settings for displaying raster images, vector graphics, and transparencies.

Fast

Draws a raster image or vector graphic as a gray box (default). Use this option when you want to quickly page through spreads that have lots of images or transparency effects.

Typical

Draws a low-resolution proxy image (default) appropriate for identifying and positioning an image or vector graphic. Typical is the default option, and is the fastest way to display an identifiable image.

High Quality

Draws a raster image or vector graphic at High Resolution (default). This option provides the highest quality but the slowest performance. Use this option when you want to fine-tune an image.

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Image display options don’t affect output resolution when exporting or printing images within a document. When printing to a PostScript device, exporting to XHTML, or exporting to EPS or PDF, the final image resolution depends on the output options you choose when you print or export the file.

Set default display performance

The Display Performance preferences let you set the default display option, which InCopy uses for every document. You can change a document’s display performance using the View menu, or change the setting for individual objects using the Object menu. For example, if you work on projects that contain numerous high-resolution photos (such as a catalog), you may prefer to have all your documents open quickly. You can set the default display option to Fast. When you want to see the images in more detail, you can switch the document view to Typical or High Quality (leaving the preference set to Fast).

You can also choose to view or override display settings applied to individual objects. If Preserve Object-Level Display Settings is selected, any settings applied to objects are saved with the document.

  1. Select Edit > Preferences > Display Performance (Windows) or InCopy  > Preferences > Display Performance (Mac OS).
  2. For Default View, select Typical, Fast, or High Quality. The display option you choose applies to all documents you open or create.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To save display settings applied to individual objects, select Preserve Object-Level Display Settings.

    • To display all graphics using the default display option, deselect Preserve Object-Level Display Settings.

  4. For Adjust View Settings, choose the display option you want to customize, and then move the slider for Raster Images or Vector Graphics to the desired setting.
  5. Click OK.

Each display option has separate settings for raster (bitmap) images, vector graphics, and transparency effects.

Customize the display performance options

You can customize the definitions of each display performance option (Fast, Typical, and High Quality). Each display option has separate settings for raster (bitmap) images, vector graphics, and transparency effects.

Managed (linked) InCopy stories include low-resolution proxy data for images so that the full-resolution image doesn’t have to be downloaded from the server whenever the file is checked out.

  1. Select Edit > Preferences > Display Performance (Windows) or InCopy > Preferences > Display Performance (Mac OS).
  2. For Adjust View Settings, choose the display option you want to customize.
  3. For each display option, move the slider for Raster Images or Vector Graphics to the desired setting:

    Gray Out

    Draws an image as a gray box.

    Proxy

    Draws images at proxy resolution (72 dpi).

    High Resolution

    Draws images at the maximum resolution supported by the monitor and current view settings.

  4. For each display option, move the slider for Transparency to the desired setting:

    Off

    Displays no transparency effects.

    Low Quality

    Displays basic transparency (opacity and blend modes), and transparency effects (drop shadow and feather) are shown in a low-resolution approximation.

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    In this mode, page contents are not isolated from the background; therefore, objects with blend modes other than Normal might appear different in other applications and final output.

    Medium Quality

    Displays low-resolution drop shadows and feathers. This mode is recommended for most work unless the document is particularly transparency‑heavy, or has many transparency effects.

    High Quality

    Displays higher-resolution (144 dpi) drop shadows and feathers, CMYK mattes, and spread isolation.

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    When a document’s blending space is CMYK and you have either enabled the overprint preview mode or soft proofing, opacity matting is done in CMYK rather than RGB. This means that partially transparent CMYK colors display as tinted CMYK colors.  

  5. To view anti-aliasing for text, stroke, fill, and other page items, choose Enable Anti-aliasing. If text is converted to outlines, then the resulting outlines can be anti-aliased (Mac OS only).
  6. To set the point size below which text displays as a dimmed bar, type a value for Greek Type Below.
  7. Click OK.

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To reset all controls back to the original default settings, click Use Defaults.

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