Adobe is recommending that Photoshop and Lightroom Classic customers maintain off on updating their computer systems to macOS Catalina, Apple’s newest desktop working system software program, till all of the “known compatibility issues” have been resolved. Support paperwork revealed yesterday at the side of Catalina’s launch spotlight numerous points associated to damaged plug-ins and incompatibility with 32-bit functions.
In specific, prospects utilizing older / legacy variations of Lightroom Classic or Photoshop (which use 32-bit licensing elements and installers) undoubtedly shouldn’t improve, as Adobe says they’re “not supported in any way for use on macOS Catalina.”
Lightroom Classic has two points: the tethering function is unable to detect and seize from Nikon cameras, and the Lens Profile Creator is damaged. Photoshop has a number of points:
- Changing the file format doesn’t change the file extension whenever you’re saving a picture
- Plug-ins downloaded from the online or put in by drag-and-drop can’t be discovered
- 32-bit droplets created with older variations of Photoshop gained’t work
- The ExtendScript Toolkit and the Lens Profile Creator gained’t run
The macOS Catalina replace has been inflicting issues for numerous software program that’s not but geared up to deal with the transition (like DJ software program that relied on iTunes). It’s usually good observe to attend earlier than downloading the primary model of a brand new working system, and this time it doesn’t harm to be further cautious.