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    9 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Crash  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    To identify the cause of this issue, we had started our investigation with the aim to resolve it. You might have also received email from us seeking more details to help in our investigation.

    We’ve concluded our investigation and came up with the finding : Either the issue is fixed in the latest release of InDesign or the issue was intermittent in nature at the time of its reporting and is not reproducible now.

    We recommend you to upgrade to the latest version of InDesign 2020.0.1 (if you’re not already on it). It contains a lot of stability fixes.

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    Shelby commented  · 

    Update: I uninstalled and reinstalled InDesign CC and it's working GREAT — knock on wood. :)

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    Shelby commented  · 

    I'm still having this issue, and I've been using the craziest work arounds to get my jobs done..

    If i need to edit text within a table, and don't need to edit the actual table, I use Find/Change (Command+F) and I edit this way, changing styles, text, etc. using Find Format / Change Format capabilities.

    My issue is completely with tables. All table options are greyed out, even the ability to use the Tables Panel (Window > Type &Tables) and still the Tables option is greyed out.

    I'm on a Mac (Sierra, Version 10.12.6) and I'm using the latest version of InDesign CC 2018.

    I should add that co-workers can open and edit the same tables in these files without fail. This happens with every file, new document, etc.

    Any advice is so much appreciated.

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    Shelby commented  · 

    I have been having this problem as well.

    At first, the program wasn't even recognizing when I tried to select a table (move cursor near the edges of the table until the arrow shows so you can highlight a row). Since updating to the latest CC2018, the program recognizes my cursor, but as soon as it touches the text within the table, ID crashes.

    Please help :( This is horrible.

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