Adobe InDesign 2024 (v19.0) - Unable to create own style pack (error popup)
When I try to create a new style pack I get the dialog to apply different styles. When choosing the according styles for Heading, Subheading,... I only get an error pop up. When confirming, I get another alert, a couple of times in a row (for every following style to apply one). After confirming all alerts I get one or more text frames filled with example text (no specific format / settings) on the first page of the document.
Benjamin Obler commented
I have the same issue. The style packs I create do not get saved.
Jenya Mirnenko commented
If you're encountering issues with Adobe InDesign 2024 (v19.0) when trying to create your own style pack and receiving an error popup, here are some general steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve the problem:
Check for Updates:
Ensure that you are using the latest version of Adobe InDesign. Check for updates through the Adobe Creative Cloud application and install any available updates.
Close Adobe InDesign and restart the application. Sometimes, a simple restart can resolve temporary glitches.
Corrupted preferences can cause issues. Try resetting InDesign preferences to the default settings. To do this, press and hold Ctrl + Alt + Shift (Windows) or Command + Option + Shift (Mac) while launching InDesign. A dialog will appear asking if you want to delete preference files.
Check Font Issues:
Font issues can sometimes cause errors. Ensure that the fonts you are using are valid and not corrupted. Try creating the style pack with default fonts to see if the issue persists.
Check Disk Space:
Ensure that you have sufficient disk space on the drive where Adobe InDesign is installed. Lack of disk space can cause unexpected errors.
Repair or Reinstall:
If the issue persists, consider repairing or reinstalling Adobe InDesign. Uninstall the application, restart your computer, and then reinstall InDesign.
Review Error Message:
Carefully review the error message in the popup. The error message might provide specific information about what is causing the issue. This information can be helpful for further troubleshooting.
Contact Adobe Support:
If none of the above steps resolve the problem, consider reaching out to Adobe Support. They can provide specific assistance based on the details of the error and your system configuration.
Check Adobe's community forums or support pages. Other users might have encountered similar issues and may provide solutions or workarounds.
Remember to back up any important files before making significant changes to your Adobe InDesign settings or reinstalling the application. If the error persists, contacting Adobe Support is often the most direct way to get assistance tailored to your specific situation.