Indesign 17.2.1 crash at the launch / Mac M1

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May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022

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From today, Adobe Indesign 2022 17.2.1 crashed when its launch. 

At the very beginning there was an app check by Apple as is it was its first launch. Then it crashes. 

The crash report don't even show up. 

I have erased the preferences, fix permissions, try on another session, turn off. 

I have tried to reinstall, that's the same thing for all the 17 versions. 

 

Adobe Indesign 16 is working fine. 

 

My system :

MacBook Air (M1, 2020)

Monterey : 12.3.1

 

If you have any idea…

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Adobe Community Professional , May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022
Does it crash with every file or only a specific file? Often crashes are happening: EPS files Use of damaged fonts EPS with damaged fonts or T1 fonts

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Does it crash with every file or only a specific file?

 

Often crashes are happening:

  • EPS files
  • Use of damaged fonts
  • EPS with damaged fonts or T1 fonts

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Thanks for your help. 

Actually, it crashs at the launch of the app even before choosing a specific file. 

After checking, it seems that one of the font has a problem with sync in Typekit. 

Thanks for your help, it's working now !

 

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