Can you save this file to another "not-system" folder and try to place? Place it?
Are you try just shut down and up your PC?
The file was in the "Images" folder under the user\<User name>\Documents\
First it was in a network folder, then on the same machine as the program.
Should I place it elsewhere?
The restart was after the giving write permissions for the folder User\<USER name>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe.
Next time the system built up, I checked the permissions again, and found it unchanged as of the initial state.
unchecked the readonly checkbox (again), hit ok, answered the dialogwindow (hit ok), then recheck, where I found it halfchecked again.
No matter how many times I tried to uncheck the readonly, it keeps coming back halfchecked.
Even tried to look for what is checked (fully) inside, but found so many items, that after 10 minutes gave up. Even InDesign subfolder is pretty huge.
5. Made a new PSD document in Photoshop, placed the image successfully, saved as PSD
This route is probably your best shot at cleansing the file itself of any properties or settings that would cause the error, but you describe what you did as "placed." Did you actually place the file? If so, instead, open the file, select all, Copy...switch to a fresh, clean, new file and Paste. Save As .PSD and Place in InDesign. If that doesn't work, then it's not the file.
The next thing I'd try is making a new user account.
It solved my issue.
The solution was exactly as you said:
in Photoshop copy the image, paste in a new, and save. Than place this new PSD in my InDesign document.
With this my issue solved, thanks for your contribution.
Though the original image is not healed, impossible to place it in InDesign. If I hadn't Photoshop, how could I solved this issue? Do anyone of you knows?
Though the original image is not healed, impossible to place it in InDesign. If I hadn't Photoshop, how could I solved this issue?
It might be possible to hunt it down if you made a copy of the file available here for first-hand inspection. Otherwise, it will just be hit/miss guesswork.
If your copy of InDesign is running in English, it won't digest the characters in that file name. Rename the file using only characters from the English alphabet and/or regular numbers.
Wouldn't Place here either, until I renamed it "23.jpg"
That solved it really well!
Dear John Mensinger: you are an ace!
I didn't encounter any problems until now, and didn't realize, that InDesign couldn't digest non-English letters in about-to-place filenames.
Thanks a lot again. So I should always check even the spelling of the file I'm about to place... Good to know!
Though I didn't need to rename it to upload in the forum...
Thanks again. Hope it helps for others who are in the same boat as me.
Best wishes, and good work!
I'm glad it's solved, Adam. Stay well.