Solution refer]ed to using pre release tools - this machine has only had release versions of DPS installed.
I am still seeing the problem
I have logged a case with Adobe Tech Support so they can resolve.
Did you try deleting your local cache folder?
The link Winston provided (which details how to delete the local cache folder, as John suggests) should do the trick.
Happy to try deleting Cache
What is the path/location on a Windows 7 box
Delete the #SharedObjects and dmp folders. Note that this will result in losing any local folios you may have created.
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!