The script seems to be looking for a file not a folder.
Try selecting the parent folder instead of a file.
Thanks, but I'm confused. I'm running the script from within my InDesign file, so how would I select the parent folder? And why is the script running fine for two people and not the third?
Remember that I'm just someone trying to use a script, not one of the many expert scripters on this forum.
Was the document created in CS5 or was it converted from an earlier version?
Is it saved?
Good questions, and I found out one other interesting fact. (I'm going to give these people names to make it easier. Person with no problems is Rio; second person who couldn't get the script to work at first but now can is me; person where it doesn't work is Mariah.)
All files were started in CS3 and saved in CS5. All files were saved.
New fact: originally Rio could only get the script working if the file was on the desktop. Now it works wherever the file is.
Were the files originally stored on a fileshare or server?
If so, is the server PC or mac?
Have you deleted the preferences?
If you need an easy reference on this look at:
The script runs well enough on my machine with roughly the same build as you described.
I am running under an admin account.
All files were on each person's computer. Mariah rebuilt her InDesign preferences, and it didn't help.
None of us are running under an admin account, but the script is working for two of us. Still very puzzling.
That folder is is common when user folders are stored on a server.
Are your users served via Mac OS Server or bound to Active Directory?
Or possibly stored on an external drive?
Thanks again for your suggestions. I'm going to have to contact my help desk to be able to answer your questions.