No, we can't as we don't know enough:
- Version and build?
- OS and version?
- Where do you save? Local or somewhere in the network?
And there are many issues we don't know (yet).
- Version and build? Version 11 latest build as of Monday last week
- OS and version? Windows 7 SP1 with all latest updates
- Where do you save? Local or somewhere in the network? Network location
I guess I could have been more simple with the question then, what does InDesign write to that file that would cause it to get corrupted every time InDesign writes to it? It is obviously an Adobe InDesign system file, I thought by knowing what it writes there might tell me where InDesign is broken.
I don't think the file is corrupt. More likely you have a problem with ID hanging trying to find your network files (The Open Recent list is one of the things stored in that file).
Hi, That does seem a little unlikely. After deleting the file the program runs normally and the recent file list is still there in the program with the recent files listed.