I am on Windows, but have 2 links that may help
Mac 10.9.3 and CS6 https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1480238
next link says After Effects, but check YOUR permissions !!!
thx for the help, but it didn't work
I forgot to mention that I've already installed the latest update of InDesign..
thank you for the advice. Setting the permissions didn't help, but I tried the hint with the root user and I managed to start InDesign when I'm logged in as "root".
But when I switch to my account, it still doesn't start.. any ideas?
Try replacing the two prefs folders (not just the content, but the actual folders rename the old ones, then copy the ones from the root user) with the folders from the root user.
Thank you, Peter, it worked!!
I just forgot to check "set the permissions for all subfolders", this was the problem! I'm really glad for solving the problem this fast
Thx, John, too! Your answer about the permissions was right as well