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  • Plug-in error within InDesign

    I have a missing plug-in error that states I am missing an XMPBackEnd4.framework. Could this be related to the 30 day software download for XMPie? How do I eliminate this error?

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    Re: Plug-in error within InDesign

    What version of In Design do you have and what version was the document created in?

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      Re: Plug-in error within InDesign

      are you getting this error when opening a particular document? or just launching indesign? you can remove plugins by going to your plugin folder that is located in the same application as your indesign application

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        Re: Plug-in error within InDesign

        Yes this does have to do with the 30 day demo of XMPie.

        Open the configure Plug-ins from the (Mac = InDesign Menu / Windows = Help Menu)
        If you de-select the check mark for Display Adobe. You will see the XMPie Plug-ins.

        From this point you can disable them by creating a New Set with these disabled. You could also Uninstall XMPie by running the installer again.

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          Re: Plug-in error within InDesign

          Thanks. I will give this a try. It seemed to me that this was a XMPie problem but I wasn't sure how to eliminate the plug-in.

          Hans

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            Re: Plug-in error within InDesign

            Another way to remove XMPie plug-in data in a InDesign document is to export it as an InDesign Interchange file. That removed all third party plug-in references. This works for the 30-day demo, uDirect & uCreate.

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