Did you migrate your programs, or upgrade the OS after installing them? Neither of those works for ID, so if either is true you should uninstall, run the cleaner tool (CS Cleaner Tool for installation problems | CCM, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3) and reinstall clean.
There is a lot of things about Adobe and Apple to complain about so there is no way I would upgrade to CC or even CC updates or the OS without keeping a working partition to go back to to satisfy clients needs without losing work or money.
If you have lost work and money owing to you own actions in updated software without a way back to what you know works then let that be a teachable moment. Nobody forced you to do that did they?
That being said I am working on getting a clean install of Mavericks and all my working software to a point on being usable. Still waiting on some software to be compatable so I am in no hurry. Things are slow here today while waiting on some job approvals so I was thinking about booting into Mavericks and installing and testing more software.
Many thanks for your response.
I uninstalled the programmes and ran the cleaner to be on the safe side. I have installed clean and nothing works. It's not only InDesign - the other programmes are faulty as well. The only programme that works on my mac is Lightroom!!!!!!!!
(My Macbook Pro is a 2012 machine with 16GB RAM, which I had fitted.)
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You may find you need to do a clean install of the OS as well.
I am in the process of uninstalling all of Adobe CC and will do another clean install of the OS as well.
Thanks for the info.