close InDesign and follow the steps below
- 1. Go to C: drive.
- 2. Click on Organize button on top left hand side.
- 3. Click on Folder search option.
- 4. Click on view tab and select show all hidden items.
- 5. Apply and ok.
- 6. Then c:\users\username\AppData\Roaming\StageManager.BD092818F67280F4B42B04877600987F0111B594.1 \Local Store.
- 7. Delete dmp and shared object folder.
- 8. Empty trash.
Then re-launch InDesign
This fixed the problem for me
I'm getting the same error message. Just installed CS6 upgrade from 5.5. I'm running OS Lion on an iMac. Is there a fix for macs please anyone?
Many thanks for your time.
Message was edited by: RosieMolly
Ah, I just found the fix quoted elsewhere. Thank-you Bob Bringhurst - this worked. Posting it again here in case needed by someone else.
7. toutoungi, 30-May-2012 09:42 in reply to erichawkinson
Hi, i just updated to CS 6 (on a mac OS X 10.7.4) and I am getting the same error message: [Error #3115column 'folioIntent' already exists] Uninstalled everything and reinstalled, but that did not help. Can anyone help me with a fix for this? Thanks
| Reply Bob Bringhurst, Adobe Employee 30-May-2012 09:44 in reply to toutoungi
Did you remove the temporary folders in the Local Store folder as described above?
| Reply toutoungi, Community Member 30-May-2012 09:58 in reply to Bob Bringhurst
thanks for the quick response... Any idea where I could find them on a Mac? Was searching for a while but with out sucess... thanks again
| Reply Bob Bringhurst, Adobe Employee 30-May-2012 10:01 in reply to toutoungi
[User] > Library > Preferences > StageManager.[###] > Local Store. If you're on Lion, your system files are likely hidden. Hold down Option and choose Go > Library.
| Reply toutoungi, Community Member 30-May-2012 10:16 in reply to Bob Bringhurst
thanks... hidden files and folders... Everything works now!