Adobe and Apple have worked closely together to test Adobe Creative Cloud applications for reliability, performance, and user experience when installed on Intel-based systems running Mac OS X El Capitan (version 10.11). The latest versions of all Creative Cloud products are compatible.
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- Adobe Creative Cloud For Mac Os X 10.7
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- Adobe Creative Cloud For Mac Os X 10.13
We are aware of some issues that users may experience after upgrading to OS X El Capitan (10.11). We are working hard to resolve these issues in a forthcoming release and we currently recommend users upgrade to the latest version of OS X (10.11.1) or remain on OS X 10.10.x.
I recently upgraded from CS6 to CC. First round of installs no problem. A week later there were a few updates including the CC Destop App and this is where the fun begins. I installed the updates and immediately after I noticed it was only showing I had 3 apps installed when I have several. How can I configure Creative Cloud client to automatically update from Adobe servers without administrative access on Max OS X? Our users do not have administator access on their machines, so they cannot update Creative Cloud by themselves. Thanks in advance. Access Adobe Creative Cloud apps, services, file management, and more. Sign in to start creating.
Adobe Creative Cloud For Mac Os X 10.8
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If you encounter any issues, report them on our bug reporting form.
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Customers are encouraged to check plug-in compatibility by contacting the plug-in vendor before upgrading to OS X El Capitan. For third-party products, contact the manufacturer for guidance.
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Adobe offers support to customers running OS X El Capitan in accordance with our standard customer support policies. Visit the support page for additional information about our support programs.
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Yes. If a full version of a product is compatible with OS X El Capitan, then the trial version of that product is compatible as well. Any known issues described in this document also apply to the trial versions.