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A Fix

Since most customers rely on using Adobe Creative Suite applications, it becomes important to ensure compatibility between the latest Mac operating system and programs like InDesign and Photoshop. In order to help you out, we’ve come up with a perfect way to ensure you open Adobe.


In order to help me out, UK based Photoshop ninjas from Veysoft tipped me with a perfect way to fix this annoyance on our Mac’s. Let us tell you how to go about it. If you want to run Adobe Creative Suite Photoshop and InDesign on OSX Mavericks, you need to update the Creative Suite 5 runtime Java. Fortunately, updating CS 5 runtime Java is quite simple and easy.


First of all, you need to go to Apple’s Java page for OS X 2013-005. You need to download the most recent version. According to page’s statement, this will also improve reliability, security and compatibility.


You will be able to update Java SE 6 to 1.6.0_65. Once you have downloaded the 77.7 MB file, you will just need to install the update.

This way, your Adobe programs like InDesign and Photoshop will start working again. Interestingly, Adobe and Apple have been behaving like nothing ever happened.


For thos who are still waiting for dust to settle and eventual bugs to get fixed read this guide on whether you should upgrade at all.

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