If i try to select more than a row or the entire column indesign crash and quit. exported to cs6 and opened it works perfectly
I'm experiencing exactly the same error - this is on a MacPro4.1 with Mountain Lion. I've repaired permissions and all the hardware checks out. Seems to crash on table selection - also in overprint the redraw on table selections is all over the place (selecting the top row seems to select 2 below it, switching to standard view seems to display correctly). CC seems very buggy, hopefully I can save my work as a template and use CS6 to finish up (going to print in less than 2 hours!)
Worth noting that there is no other program running in the background and it happens from a clean reboot.
Here's the report:
Process: Adobe InDesign CC 
Path: /Applications/Adobe InDesign CC/Adobe InDesign CC.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe InDesign CC
Version: 126.96.36.199 (9000)
Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
Parent Process: launchd 
User ID: 501
Date/Time: 2013-06-27 15:37:57.208 +0100
OS Version: Mac OS X 10.8.4 (12E55)
Report Version: 10
Interval Since Last Report: 123663 sec
Crashes Since Last Report: 4
Per-App Interval Since Last Report: 81445 sec
Per-App Crashes Since Last Report: 4
Anonymous UUID: EE196355-9B41-C217-A3F7-7C12613A3228
Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)
Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000000
VM Regions Near 0:
__TEXT 0000000100000000-0000000100006000 [ 24K] r-x/rwx SM=COW /Applications/Adobe InDesign CC/Adobe InDesign CC.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe InDesign CC
Thread 0 Crashed:: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread
0 com.adobe.InDesign.Widgets 0x0000000111d308a3 0x111cec000 + 280739
1 com.adobe.InDesign.Tables UI 0x00000001181d6954 0x118153000 + 538964
2 com.adobe.InDesign.Tables UI 0x00000001181d5fc7 0x118153000 + 536519
3 com.adobe.InDesign.Tables UI 0x00000001181d8b42 0x118153000 + 547650
4 com.adobe.InDesign.Table Model 0x0000000113abca9b 0x113aa4000 + 101019
5 com.adobe.InDesign.Table Model 0x0000000113abc0b5 0x113aa4000 + 98485
6 com.adobe.InDesign.Table Model 0x0000000113aba2a5 0x113aa4000 + 90789
7 com.adobe.InDesign.Table Model 0x0000000113b5404e 0x113aa4000 + 720974
8 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x00000001133d3859 0x113267000 + 1493081
9 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x00000001133e11a9 0x113267000 + 1548713
10 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x000000011340e518 0x113267000 + 1733912
11 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x0000000113409613 0x113267000 + 1713683
12 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x000000011342847a 0x113267000 + 1840250
13 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x000000011342833a 0x113267000 + 1839930
14 com.adobe.InDesign.Text 0x00000001134220a8 0x113267000 + 1814696
yess drop shadow and inner shadow on the box is causing the problem
Il giorno 27/giu/2013, alle ore 16:45, Bob Levine ha scritto:
Re: Indesign cc crash on selecting multiple table row
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Is there a dropshadow involved anywhere? If so, get rid of it and try again.
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No luck - however, I then tried disabling the bevel/emboss and that stopped the crash. As soon as I re-applied the bevel, it started crashing again. Somewhat problematic as I need the bevel to look right, but hopefully this will help some others.
I've been experiencing the exact same problems when trying to edit a table in InDesign CC. Four out of five times I can select multiple rows without problems, and then suddenly it will crash. This problem has occurred regardless of wether any effects were applied or not.
In the minute before the crash InDesign begins to break down slowly every time in the same way, I know this exactly now since I have had to deal with it about ten times today. I become unable of selecting anything within the table, then I'm unable to select any frames at all, and finally it isn't even possible to move around the document anymore, after which InDesign crashes.
I have tried simply saving a lot in between but it seems that any earlier version of the file that I've been editing gets corrupted after a crash. Meaning that even after I reload an earlier save, that will suffer from the same problems as described above, and so far I have seen no other solution than to start all over again.
With that said, I hope that Adobe creates an update for that soon. As is, InDesign is useless for anything that will require table editing. I would appreciate a notification perhaps in this thread when this problem has been solved.
Well, let me join the discussion. I am experiencing the exact same problem. It is really unbelievable to me that Bob Levine says "it's a known issue". Killing the effects on the table solved my problem, but it didn't solve the general problem. If this was 1995, I would understand the complexity of such effects (Corel Draw had these kind of issues years ago, where you could apply all sorts of effects, but then had huge problems with pre-press preparation). Adobe and Bob Levine, please fix this bug, because I am working a lot with tables and it's slowing me down tremendously, not to say that I have to save my work every 2 minutes.
My co-worker doesn't have any problems with the same file on his computer.
It's very rare that Adobe staff visit the forums - these are user to user forums - they are not a direct communication tool to get in touch with staff.
You can see that the person is a staff member as it will be noted on their thumbnail image (avatar) beside their post.
Bob is not an Adobe employee, he is merely an InDesign user trying to help other InDesign users.
Bob has not pull at Adobe to make anything happen.
The fact that it is a "known issue" is a clue really that they know about it and are working on a fix.
If your co-worker can work on the file just fine on their computer - then did you ever stop to think it might be an issue with your installation of InDesign? Your computer specs?
There really is no reason to bate other users who are simply trying to help.
We all have the software, we all exeperience the same issues, and we all try to help each out as courtesly as possible.
In return, we expect the same courtesy and manners as if you were asking a stranger for help, directions, or simply talking to them face to face.
I am sorry if my reply was a bit harsh, I didn't mean to offend anyone, but I am quite frustrated with this problem. I have created a 112-page Company Annual Report document with A LOT of tables in CS6 about a month ago. Everything worked fine. In the meantime I have upgraded to CC and now I have to create the same Annual Report in another language. And I have problems editing the tables in the oirginal file as well as the new one. I have unistalled and re-installed the complete InDesign CC and it didn't fix the problem. Killing the effects is the only thing that works (for now) and I am sorry to say that this is unacceptable to me. If it worked fine in the previous versions (at least for me), I cannot accept that it doesn't work here.
I am under a lot of pressure from my clients and these kind of problems always warm me up.
Sorry again and keep on good work.
I completely agree - it's not good enough.
We as a community are not happy with this - and several other things.
I suggest that you keep on working with CS6 for this product and use CC for new projects.
In the meantime - uninstalling and reinstalling doesn't really help - as it leaves preferences folders and other setting folders, which are not overwritten on the reinstall.
To combat this Adobe has released a "Cleaner Tool" http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html
I admit I don't know if this is apparent to anybody uninstalling or reinstalling.
But I hope that it helps with your issue.
Other troubleshooting steps you can take are
Hope they help
We regret that you are facing issues in CC.
Recently an update to CC has been posted in which we fixed similar issues that are being discussed here. I have verified with the attached document that it is no longer crashing afet applying the update.
I would recommend that you update to the latest patcher and try again. Do post here if the issue is not resolved even after applying the patch.
Thanks and Regards
Adobe InDesign Engineering team
Hi Mjavs and all of the others facing the multiple rowe selection problems.
I am prout to say that the latest update fixed my problem. I've tried it on two different documents I've had problems with and it works. Great. I'll keep my fingers crossed that the bug doesn't come back.