Indesign 2022 crashes on launch

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Sep 05, 2022 Sep 05, 2022

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Hey there, i'm having the same kind of issue with indesign. It crashed every time i open it (still on the loading screen). I run on MBP 2021 16" / Montery 12.5.1 / M1 / 16GB.

 

I found this thread https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign-discussions/aobbe-indesign-2022-crashes-on-launch-in-mac-os-...

& I tried:

– Updating Indesign

– Deleting & Reinstalling 

– Renaming CEP & UXP Folder

– and finally using the cloud cleaner tool, erasing everything from the library & reinstalling CC

so basically everything that was mentioned in this thread. Nothing helped...

 

What can i do? Attached you'll find my latest crash report

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Sep 05, 2022 Sep 05, 2022

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The crash report mentions something related to fonts causing the crash. So the question for you is, are you trying to just lauch InDesign or are you trying to open a document in the process i.e. double clicking an INDD document that is in turn causing the launch of InDesign? If so then try launching InDesign without a document and then test if the crash happens only for that particular file or not. If yes then that file seems to be corrupted somehow or is using a corrupt font.

In addition try the steps mentioned in the following link regarding fonts. Trying other steps would also not harm if this one does not resolve the problem

https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/kb/crash-on-launch.html#fonts

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/fonts/kb/troubleshoot-fonts-illustrator-indesign.html

-Manan

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