I get the error message "Adobe Muse has encountered an error and will now close... »

I get the error message "Adobe Muse met now error and will output. Please report the last actions bit that you have taken to this error to the Adobe Muse CC team. "Uid with several owners: ImageFrame belonged to PagePageItem and BaseLink. I get this when I try and record and I don't know what is the cause or, as I've made a few changes to the site, what actions it would have been. I use the latest version of Muse. the 2014.3 I was able to publish the site with changes, but he has not saved, so I have a different web version then what is recorded. My published site is the most recent, but the registered version is one without the latest changes. When I tried to merge started the update of the asset, then showed this error message and stop.


I believe that you have already updated Muse version which includes fix for this problem, if not then please update Muse to the latest version.

Thank you


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