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Software > Inside Photoshop > PS CS install issue on OS X 10.3

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AuthorSubject: PS CS install issue on OS X 10.3   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Jeff Schewe
Posted on Fri Nov 7, 2003 12:21 PM

For those of you installing Photoshop CS on OS X 10.3 (either before or after a PS CS install) and having "issues" I just saw this from Marc Pawliger. . .

"We have found two Mac issues:

1) The Mac installer crashes. This is solved by creating a new administrator user and
installing as that user. This issue occurs after upgrading to OS X 10.3 Panther using
the Archive and Install option. It can also occur on an existing OS X installation if file
and folder permissions are incorrect. Running the OS X Disk Utility and running
Repair Permissions should address that issue.

2) After upgrading to OS X 10.3 Panther using the Archive and Install option, double
clicking files or dragging them to the Photoshop CS icon launches Photoshop or
brings it to the front, but does not open the files.

Archive & Install does not copy over the file "/Library/ScriptingAdditions/Adobe Unit
Types". Replacing this file from the Previous System folder generated during the
Archive and Install process fixes the issue. The absence of this file will also cause
Photoshop to no longer offer its AppleScript dictionary, meaning AppleScript scripts
that script Photoshop will not work. The file remains in the Previous System folder
after the upgrade, so all an affected user has to do is create the ScriptingAdditions
folder in the /Library folder and copy the Adobe Unit Types file to it from the Previous
System folder. This can be done from the Finder.

Marc Pawliger
Adobe Photoshop programming team"

Regards,
Jeff Schewe
www.schewephoto.com - www.pixelgenius.com - www.imagingrevue.com


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