Hi, I've just downloaded Indesign 2014 and find I don't have access privileges to the standard plug ins folder which comes with it. This means loads of bits don't work so I can't use Indesign. I'm on a monthly subscription to the Cloud so have all the correct updates/codes etc and all previous versions of Indesign (and everything else) work fine. Photoshop 2014 downloaded at the same time and has no problems. I'm on a macbook pro latest version of OS...I've uninstalled and re installed, re started my mac...no change I still have a no entry sign on my plug ins folder. Its not a third party one its the one that comes with Indesign as standard....Anyone got any ideas what to do next?
Either you have selecte a different workspace (Window > Workspace > …) which will hide a lot of functionality or your plugins have been deleted or corrupted.
Either you have to choose a different workspace or you have to uninstall your program (use only Adobe’s uninstaller!) and install it again.
Did you check the folder permissions?