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It's CS5, so I probably should shut up, but usually the parent of a Table is a Story, and although the parentPage property is new for CS5 and very smart, I don't think a story can have a single parent page.
Are you sure you didn't use something like table.parentTextFrames.parentPage before?
Thanks for your reply.
Yes, I'm sure this is the way it's been for a while.
The parent for this table is a textframe.. I'm importing it via xml as one story..
But, I'll test your line and see if it helps..
Any clue on why textFrames on a page is "invalid"? - (This error occures on a page where i've just adjusted the height of a textFrame)
Note to self: Next time, reboot pc, then ask silly questions.
After a reboot, my script runs like it did before...
I think you're "on the money".
I don't see how that code could have ever worked...