I had that, too. In my case it was a result of Object States Assistant having its scripts moved to the CC2014 install during the seamless update.
Are you on Mac or Windows?
Nevermind. I just saw the screenshot.
I don’t have my Mac open right now but on Windows here’s the folder you need to look at: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CC 2014\Scripts
Make sure that none of the CC extension scripts got moved there. If they did, move them back to the CC folder.
That would be the problem. thanks Bob!
I guess we just wait for the object states assistant to get updated before we can use it in CC 2014?
Shouldn’t be too long. I spoke to Martinho last week and made him aware of the situation. In the mean time, you can fix it by moving the OSA folder back to CC though leaving it where it is won’t hurt anything in CC.
Nothing should get moved from Application folder, it's only the InDesign Preferences folder that gets copied via Seamless Update.