Yesterday, all was well with Photoshop CS6 (13.1.2 x64), but today I'm receiving the following message any time I open a RAW (.NEF) or .psd file.
I've gone so far as to reset the preferences by selecting CNTL-ALT-SHIFT (PC) immediately after starting Photoshop; didn't fix the problem.
Yesterday I installed Premiere Pro CS6 to edit a video. This morning, Photoshop requested linking(?) that program and one other which I did.
Nothing else has been done differently since I installed the new Photoshop version from the Adobe Cloud in February, 2013.
"Some of the type layers in this document were rasterized because an error prevented them from being read."
OS: Windows 8
Memory: 16 GB RAM
C: Drive 10 GB free
Well, the jury is going to be out for a while. I uninstalled Premiere Pro, then went a step further
and ran a "bot" to remove the registry files (27,000ish). Unfortunately, it has hosed all the Adobe
products, so I'll have to reinstall Illustrator, Photoshop, Lightroom, etc.
Anyway, I go forward confident that the Adobe Encore LangPack CS6 was the likely cause of
the conflict. Not sure what can be done for the problem, but I can live without Premeire Pro
for the time being.
Thanks for all your input