It also crashes in windows 7
did you ever get an answer ?
Problem signature: Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: InDesign.exe Application Version: 18.104.22.1682 Application Timestamp: 4caa28e2 Fault Module Name: WidgetBin.dll Fault Module Version: 22.214.171.1242 Fault Module Timestamp: 4caa289d Exception Code: c0000005 Exception Offset: 000fbb95 OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1 Locale ID: 1033 Additional Information 1: 0a9e Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789 Additional Information 3: 0a9e Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
Message was edited by: wliter
I think I ended up using a script that applied labels to everything and then deleting the unwanted ones.
wliter, those Event reports from Windows are essentially meaningless (:-().
The only useful item from them is the faulting module.
I reproduced this on a Mac under CS5 and we get this stack trace:
Thread 0 Crashed: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread 0 ??? 0xa06416f0 _XHNDL_trapback_instruction + 0 1 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f126923 GetPlugIn + 7155 2 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f12ffa7 GetPlugIn + 45687 3 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f130569 GetPlugIn + 47161 4 PublicLib.dylib 0x0124fde9 CSubject::Change(IDType<ClassID_tag>, IDType<PMIID_tag> const&, void*) + 89 5 WidgetBinLib.dylib 0x0288896b MWindow::CloseWindow() + 811 6 ...obe.InDesign.Application UI 0x1fecccb7 GetPlugIn + 305415 7 ...obe.InDesign.Application UI 0x1fecc6a5 GetPlugIn + 303861 8 PublicLib.dylib 0x01164422 Command::DoImmediate(short) + 34 9 com.adobe.InDesign.Utilities 0x202e5aa3 0x202e4000 + 6819 10 com.adobe.InDesign.Utilities 0x202e5ccc 0x202e4000 + 7372 11 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f11a688 0x1f100000 + 108168 12 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f10cf11 0x1f100000 + 53009 13 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f102f0e 0x1f100000 + 12046 14 ...adobe.InDesign.AppFramework 0x1f1284fa GetPlugIn + 14282 15 com.adobe.InDesign 0x000028ab main + 187 16 com.adobe.InDesign 0x000027c6 start + 54
So apparently it's trying to close a window, and then something else breaks. Huh.
Yes John - I have no idea why this has been out there for so long.
How does one get this fixed ?
I appears in CS4 CS5.5 in Windows and Mac
Submited let's see if we get a fix or an answer
Looks like this is a dead issue - It seems that the Abobe Indesign team is not interested in fixing their own problems ...