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Anyone who knows how to change the color of the frame from a selected image in Indesign? Seems some files have a yellow frame when I try to select the image inside a box. The yellow frame is to hard to see on a blank background. In some other files it's a cyan frame instead of yellow.

I wanted to change it to a color I can see better than yellow. Seems no option to change it inside Indesign preferences. Also has nothing to do with the layers I'm working with.

Can I change it? How does it happen to be yellow or cyan?

screenshot yellow frame

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  1. The graphic frame color comes from the layer color.
  2. The graphic border color is the graphic frame color inverted.
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Explained in more dummy-detail: The layer you're working in has a color. The border around an image (graphic frame) will get this color. The border around a selected image inside the frame is the inverted color of this layer. So if you have set the layer on black, the border of a selected image becomes white and will be difficult to see.

You can change this by changing the color of the layer: Open the layer panel double clicking on the layer you're currently working on to open layer options. Change color to purple. The selected images frame becomes green.

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