I just updated from CS5 to CS6. I opened several photos in Bridg and edited them in Adobe Raw 7.1. I then opened the raw files in CS6 and saved them in jpg format. I went back to open them in CS6 from Camera Raw and found that I cannot open them driectly in CS6 from there. Here is the popup I get: Windows cannot find C;\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS4 (64 Bit)\Photoshop.exe. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again.
CS5 and CS6 are seperate programs. THere are no links between them. So the default locations would be where the installation puts them if you chose the simple option. Some users move folders around to "make it look neater".
You might try resetting preferences in CS6. Start PS and immediately hold down ctrl + alt + shift keys. You should get a reset window. If you see the splash screen you are too late.
I did use the simple option when installing and without making any changes. My jpgs will open from CS6 if I go to "File" and "Open" but they just won't open from Bridge when I double click on them like they did in the past. I will give your suggestion a try. Thanks for your help.
they just won't open from Bridge when I double click on them like they did in the past.
What do they open in?
You need to go into Bridge CS6 edit/preferences/file type associations and set CS6 as the default for jpeg.
I checked that and CS6 is set as the default for jpeg files in Bridge CS6. When I double click on a jpg file from Adobe Bridge to try and get it to go to PS CS6 to do edits that I don't or can't do in Camera Raw it will not open in photoshop, instead I get a pop-up that says what I put in bold print in the initial first above message I posted here. I may not get to get back here this evening but will check message tomorrow.
Hi, We are also having CS6 JPEG problems of another sort. When we save out a JPEG in CS5 or 6, and then e mail it to our client to review, they get an error in CS6 saying it can not read this file. The file will open fine in CS5 on the receiving end. If we zip the file, CS6 will open it. The same file that previously it could not recognize. Obviously we have no control over the other end, but the same workflow, same clients for years. CS6 the only change.
I'm having a different CS6 / JPG problem. I cannot set CS6 as the default program for JPG files. I can set CS6 for TIFF's and PSD's, but not JPG files.
When I try, it is not in the list of programs, or "other program." I can select CS6 manually, but it doesnt work and the default association does not stick.
I can go to CS6 and open a JPG directly, but not from Windows Explorer.
Anyone else have this issue?
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