could you please help me? This morning When tried to open inDeisign got an error message "Cannot load Adobe inDeisign CS2 because it requires Text Wrap. please install plugin and restart Adobe".
Did Tiger have a backup utility like time machine? If so you might weant to try a restore before reinstalling.
You also should take a look at waht changed on your system between the last time you ran ID and this morning. Sounds like some program update may be the culprit. That doesn't mean a reinstall won't work, but it would be good to have some idea of why the program was damaged.
OK, Manish and I have been trolling through the downloads site, and we think maybe we've got something that will help you for reinstalling.
You're going to need serial numbers, and it occurs to me that those should be availble on Adobe.com under your account, IF you registered the software. That should also tell you if it's a suite or a standalone ID. If you let me know what you have (and your language), it looks like we've located downloads for the ID CS2 trial, which I think can be converted to the licensed version by entering the serial number. I am not seeing installers for the entire suite packages, however.
on the splash windows it looks like it is a standalone package. You reckon there is no way of fixing it? What could be the problem? refernce to plugin is broken or the plugin itself is corrupt. Any chance to download plugin file somewre? Thanks a lot
I don't think you can tell by looking at the application itself if it was installed as part of a suite package or stand-alone. That's why I suggested looking at the Adobe.com account. If it wasn't registered, though I'm not sure what you can do at this point. Having the original media would be REALLY useful about now.... That's the one way I feel really confident that you can fix things because I'm not absolutely certain at this point that the trial can be converted by entering the serial number (and if you had the media, the serial number would be on the case).
If there are other CS2 apps installed, we might be able to guess if they are a suite package, if you tell us what ALL of them are, but it will only really be a guess.
I don't know where you can find the plugin, either, other than if some kind lurker is willing to provide a copy. I'm on Windows, which won't help you at all.
It would be nice if some knowledgeable Mac person would pop in and offer any suggestions they might have....
I do suggest that you back up the current state of the sytem, though, before you make any changes. I'd hate to see things get worse....