Exact version of InDesign? Operating system?
Did you try doing what the message says?
CC it was trial, 12 days left, and then my dad deleted Indesign and creative cloud to make space on the computer.. so I downloaded it again but now when I try to open indesign I get this message.. so I tried to uninstall creative cloud and it says I cant remove it because I have CC app installed that requried it..
thanks for the quick answer
thank you, I will try.
Did you run the cleaner tool, or just uninstall and reinstall?
Sam I'm in trouble. Several times it happens. It's exhausting. twice removed the manually and automatically files and settings INDD.
Uninstalling the entire Adobe CC is a big waste of time. Please explain the problem. What exactly do I delete or change in OS X.
MacBook Pro 2015 + ATI. Adobe CC 2017, OS X. All app up to date.
I have a problem solution for Mac OS X.
You should keep the original directory structure Adobe. Directories can remain empty, but they need to be.
There is no need to reinstall anything.
Adobe color profiles files are scattered in the system. According to me the logic of Adobe is a mess. I usually gather all your settings and profiles in user directories. In the catalog ColorSync I add only links to files icc.
In this way easily manage your settings in Mac OS X and create backups. Nothing is duplicated.
I think this is a good time to Adobe solved this problem again. Proposing a solution to this problem in the form of re-installing everything is not fair.
Adobe color profiles files are scattered in the system. According to me the logic of Adobe is a mess.
I don't think they are scattered. With my install all Adobe's profiles are installed once in /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Color/Profiles, and then there is an alias installed pointing back to that folder copied into my Library/ColorSync and my User/Library/ColorSync folders. So after the initial install there's only one copy with aliases to the ColorSync folders:
Back up of the core profiles shouldn't be a concern, because if you lost them you can get them back with a reinstall. Any custom profiles can then be installed in one of the OS ColorSync folders depending on how much access you want to allow and they will show in Adobe's apps.
Also, installing other profiles in Adobe's Recommended folder pushes those profiles to the top of the list in the Color Settings dialogs. Here you can see I've manipulated the list and pushed my commonly used profiles to the top by moving profiles in and out of the Recommended folder:
Thank you for your answer. I'll call you in your spare time and tell you more about my position.
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For Windows Users...
Don't waste your time. reset your preferences or reinstall indesign (or photoshop, bridge..) doesn't matter.
This is due to missing color profiles.
1. Go to "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CC 2017\Resources" (Win 10 x64)
there should be named Color folder.
and then put the files from Zip file.
now you have to some folders : Color - ┌ Profiles
2. Go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Color
copy & paste again Profiles, Settings folders
then launch Indesign, and check Edit- color setting...
위 링크에서 파일을 다운로드 받은 후
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CC 2017\Resources\Color
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Color
위의 두 경로로 이동해서 압축 파일 내의 파일들을 복사해 넣어 주세요.
Colors 폴더 내에 Profiles 와 Settings 폴더가 있어야 합니다.