It looks like a messed up installation? Did you install InDesign from the original installer or via migration from a backup or other computer. Never use migration as it causes a mess.
As it is now, I would strongly recommend to uninstall your InDesign and install it again.
I downloaded the app from Adobe Cloud.
I have now uninstalled it and installed it again. Still the same "Missing
Plug-ins" pop-up, still can't export the file to 'idml'.
What else can I do?
On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 12:33 AM, Willi Adelberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You can reinstall CS6 using the Creative Cloud management app and the try exporting the .idml from there. There's also a script running around which will do a blind export of the file from CS6 which may solve the problem.
I just started woking with InDesign, and bought the CC version. I don't own
Can't I get those missing plug-ins somewhere?
On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 1:40 PM, Larry G. Schneider <email@example.com
You can download CS6 as part of your subscription. Open the CC Desktop Application and switch to the Apps tab, then scroll down to the Other Apps section and set the filter to Previous Version.
The file may or may not open with the missing plugins (I'm guessing that it does, though). Why do you need to export to IDML?
Normally exporting to IDML would strip out this kind of plugin reference, but it sounds like the plugins might actually be required for the document to function correctly. Since tghese plugins are from Movemen you will have to obtain them (most likely via purchase) from them if you need them. It's possible the person who created the file could do the export for you, too.
I got CS6 now.
My workpartner has CS6, and can't oppen my CC 'indd' files. So, I've been
sending her 'idml' versions. Only the files with these plug-ins have
presented the export issue.
I guess I'll downgrade, and work with CS6 from now on.
On Thu, Jun 4, 2015 at 2:29 PM, Peter Spier <firstname.lastname@example.org>
That's a much better way to collaborate than using IDML.