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you could try resetting your preferences but i'm not sure that will help because the problem is more likely related to your printer software.
to reset your preferences -
adobe media encoder: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1713540
after effects: http://helpx.adobe.com/after-effects/using/preferences.html
muse: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1127564 (message 7)
photoshop elements: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-elements/kb/preference-file-locations-photoshop-elements .html, http://www.photokaboom.com/photography/learn/Photoshop_Elements/troubleshooting/1_delete_p references_file.htm
Unfortunately resetting setting does not fix the issue.
As print settings work without crashing in all software except CC I'd say this is Adobe issue, not printer software. Typically Adobe just doesn't care.
Why not print from a PDF produced from InDesign?
Yes, that's what we have to do. Which is a workaround, not a solution.
Adding extra steps to printing workflow is not so easy task when most of your user base changes every fall and they're CC beginners.
Supplying a PDF (using the InDesign Acrobat PDF Presets, or one supplied by the printer) is Adobe's preferred solution and is normal printing industry practice.
Select "High Quality Print" for desk-top printers and "PDF/X-4" for commercial litho printers.
Yes it is. However:
There is a serious software bug, which did not affect previous software versions. It should be fixed. Regardless of preferred solutions or normal practice. Broken features are worse than missing ones.
But thanks for a workaround, that's what we are implementing for now.