Quick, simple and easy....thanks a million.....
...... it worked the first time and now I am back to using my reader....
Glad I was able to help, Your welcome.
you solution is right thanks for your exertion
I have Solved This Problem Via SPPI and 3d Files.
ok thanks your solution for an error
The version I am using is the Adobe Reader X (10.1.2). I also got the same problem which allows me no chance to fix it when I click ok on the popup. I tried to repair it with the installation file, but I got another problem- cannot find some kinda file. Damn...I've never got this bug before.
I was having a plug-in error after I received a loaner laptop from IT. I tried to remove and reinstall Reader 10.3.1 and had the same error. (No Babylon installed)
The plug-in error was due to some old plug ins that were still installed on the PC. Make sure all your plugins have the latest dates. I found a plug in dated 1999, one dated 2000 and another dated 2003. Once these were removed from the plugin folder, I was able to launch Acrobat Reader 10.3.1 with no errors.
Path for plugins: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 10.0\Reader\plug_ins
Good Luck All!!
I'm intended to build a Plug-IN for InDesign CS5.5 as a start point.
For first test I've build the XMCATALOHANDLER-Plug-In from the SDK-Samples.
The Buid was succesfull.
But when starting InDesignCS5.5 with this Plug-In in ID's plug-in-folder I get the error 'Adobe InDesignCD5.5 does not recignise XMLCATALOGHANDLER:APLN as a valid plug-in. Please reinstall the XMLCATALOGHANDLER.APLN plug-in and restart InDesign'.
Could you please let me know, what is causing thet error?
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