I'm running InDesign CS6. Its up to date.
I've just upgraded to Mac OSX 10.8.3
After the update, InDesign crashes on startup. The splash screen appears for a few seconds then ID crashes.
I tried setting permissions on this folder:
~/Library/Preferences/Adobe InDesign/Version 8.0
I tried the solution from:
Here is the crash log:
That fixed it. Thank you Peter!
For anyone else running into this issue, these are the files I deleted:
~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe InDesign CS5.5
~/Library/Saved Application State/com.adobe.InDesign.savedState
I went through the rigmarole of uninstalling, deleting preferences, cache files etc last week, re-installed and finally got InDesign working again after half a day wasted.
The problem is back, and I am now faced with another few hours of frustration before I can even start work.
This is an absolute joke, Adobe! There has to be a more practical solution to this problem!
I'm not menaing to hijack the thread - the point of replying on this thread is that the method outlined *does* actually fix the problem, it's just that I've had to re-do all of the steps outlined a few times now.
Did you do an upgrade install of your O/S as well? As pointed out
earlier that is nothing short of a crapshoot and the only way to
eliminate that as a cause is to do a clean install and then installing
all apps from their original media. Never use migration.
the OS install was a clean one (I've been burned by upgrades too many times before).
What frustrates me is that all of the other CC Appplications are working without a hitch, except for InDesign.
@Peter - I'm not running any third-party plug-ins. I read on another thread the last time this happened to try installing on another user partition, which seems to work well - so yes- there's probably some sort of conflict happening, but I cannot work out what it might be.
Thanks again for the help.