Can't import photos in Indesign anymore since I upgraded to Lion.

Can't import photos in Indesign anymore since I upgraded to Lion. The first time it wil work, afterwards the button 'open' turns gray.
Where is the bug?

DJDannyBoi wrote:
I used to be able to see the progress of all my download in its own widow and now that does't pop up anymore since the upgrade. I really liked that feature and want it back. Is there anyway to get that back?
Glad I could be of help...
Happy Computing!

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