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#1 2016-03-02 05:38:05 am

Tunnel_Estate
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Registered: 2016-01-21
Posts: 14

Delete InDesign Temporary Recovery File

Delete InDesign Temporary Recovery File

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... and thus, be able to re-open Adobe InDesign after a crash, WITHOUT the software trying to recover a previous document.

(Useful if a large .INDD just hung on you, and you don't really want to try again)


Thanks to StefanK

Applescript:

set userLibrary to path to library folder from user domain as text
tell application "Finder"
activate
set IndesignFolder to folder (userLibrary & "Caches:Adobe InDesign:")
set versionFolder to 1st folder of IndesignFolder whose name begins with "Version"
set localeFolder to 1st folder of versionFolder
try
set Del_Path to file "RecoveryData" of folder "InDesign Recovery" of localeFolder
display dialog "Temporary recovery files have been found. To clear InDesign's short term memory, click continue" buttons {"Cancel", "Continue"} default button 2 with title "Adobe InDesign" giving up after 10
delete Del_Path
on error number n
if n = -128 then return
display dialog "No temporary Adobe InDesign files were found" buttons {"Continue without action"} default button 1 with icon caution giving up after 10
end try
end tell

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