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Adobe CC and CS6 Compatibility with OS X Mavericks
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October 23, 2013
7:19 am
Eric Reagan
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December 1, 2006

Apple OS X Mavericks

Apple released OS X Mavericks yesterday. I'm not going to cover all of the new features. It's free though and there are several things I do like (e.g., tabbed Finder, and Menu Bar/Dock available on all screens); however, one of the first things photographers want to know before upgrading to…

October 25, 2013
12:22 am
Luke Warm

I have recently updated to Mavericks, and my CS6 suite does not allow me to open or save any files. I am able to drag files from the Finder into Photoshop, yet trying to save them in any capacity causes the software to crash. My Adobe Suite has been rendered USELESS. I warn against upgrading to Mavericks for those that use Adobe applications.

October 25, 2013
9:16 am

I am interested to know if the Nik (now Google as I understand) filters are still working with the Mavericks OS X. When I clicked on the Adobe link associated with this article the response was an error message that said the page is not available - that's not comforting.

October 25, 2013
9:19 am

Thanks for that Luke. I upgraded to Mavericks on my Air and it runs CS 5.1, and it worked (but I just opened the app to see if it would run - I didn't try to save anything). I'll wait to upgrade my MBP and my iMac (which both run CS6).

October 25, 2013
11:22 am
Eric Reagan
Forum Posts: 2724
Member Since:
December 1, 2006

I just checked and the Adobe link pulls up fine for me.

October 25, 2013
3:08 pm

Thanks Earl, it's working for me now too.

October 26, 2013
10:25 pm
Ashlee Garey

I am having the exact same problem. My workload is quickly growing as I can't do anything without photoshop. Adobe's solution, after spending 2 hours wasting my time, is that I need to update or upgrade my video card?!?

October 29, 2013
12:25 am
arno humer

To anyone,

is CS5.1 with the new Mavericks fully compatible?

November 4, 2013
11:41 am

My issue with CS6 and Mavericks is that I have a 2 monitor set up and I would normally keep the menus on the second monitor. Now that Mavericks treats the two displays very separately, when you switch desktop spaces from a CS6 app and return, the menus group back on the main display. Frustrating. Any ideas on a fix or workaround?

November 5, 2013
12:45 am
Jan Freire

yes, it work! ;)

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