Currently importing some stacks into a folio and keep encountering this, see below.
I have double checked all my links in my source documents and they are correct with none missing. I'm using CS6 with the upto date tools. Anyone had this problem before? Adobe guys? Any help as always is much appreciated.
Sorry, I didn't really mean 'extended' characters but I remember Adobe DPS used to have trouble handling source documents if their filenames, or the names of the folders they were in, contained non-alphanumeric characters such as parentheses, brackets, asterisks, question marks, pound signs, tildes, etc. To be safe, just use letters, numbers, underscores and hyphens.
This may have nothing to your error message, of course. It's just a suggestion.
Are the files, or any of their linked assets, on a network or USB drive? We have seen this before with files that open in InDesign, but the permissions model of the plug-in fails to access remote components.
Please follow up, thanks.
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