Note:

All the issues mentioned in this article have been fixed in the 13.0.1 release of InDesign CC. Update InDesign CC on your system to resolve these issues. For more information on updating the Creative Cloud apps, see Update Creative Cloud apps. To view the complete list of key issues resolved in 13.0.1 release, see the release notes.

Issue

The October 2017 (13.0) release of InDesign CC crashes in the following scenarios:

  • [macOS only] When you use the Eyedropper tool in a table.
  • When you embed, relink, or work with linked assets with ICC Profile column enabled in the Links panel.
  • When you copy and paste text frame to other Creative Cloud applications, such as Photoshop or Illustrator.
  • When you place or move frames and images in some specific scenarios.
  • [Windows only] When you launch InDesign CC, you get the following error message stating that you do not have sufficient permissions.
Permission error

Solution

Windows

  1. Quit Adobe InDesign CC.

  2. Unzip the downloaded file and extract its content to desktop.

  3. Find and double-click CopyPlugins.vbs from the extracted folder.

  4. Select the Adobe InDesign CC 2018 application folder.

    Browse for folder
  5. Click OK.

    Note:

    If you get the following error, make sure that you unzip the downloaded file before running the plug-in.

  6. The plug-ins are installed and you get the message once InDesign is successfully updated. Click OK.

    Installation completed
  7. Restart your system.

  8. Launch InDesign CC.

macOS

  1. Quit Adobe InDesign CC.

  2. Download BugFixes_Mac.zip and extract its content to desktop.

  3. Find and double-click CopyPlugins_MAC.app from the extracted folder.

  4. Browse and select Adobe InDesign CC 2018.app.

    select-folder-mac
  5. Click Choose.

  6. The plug-ins are installed and you get the message once InDesign is successfully updated. Click OK.

    Application successfully updated
  7. Launch InDesign CC.

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