InDesign needs to write to folders to update/create the preferences.
You need to make sure you're the administrator on the computer.
As a troubleshooting measure - If you are the administrator - try creating another login and see if InDesign works ok.
Hi Esther Schwarz,
Please check permission on following location. It should be Read and Write
~/Library/Preferences/Adobe InDesign/<Version #>/
If it doesn't worked please try to reset the preferences Troubleshooting 101: Replace, or "trash" your InDesign preferences
Hope this helps.
I created a new account and i eus there.
But why doesn't it work with my normal administrator account?
And what I think it's a little bit strange – in my preference file there is no "Adobe InDesign file"
thanks – but doesn't work.
There is no Adobe InDesign file in my preferences
awesome!!! I don't know what exactly I did, but it starts – yeah!!
Thanks, thanks, thanks!