I recently upgraded from Photoshop CS6 to CC. When I try to run the Image Processor script on PS CC x64 I get the following error message -
Reference Error: Windows dows not have a constructor: 325
The Image Processor script will not run.
The odd thing is that if I switch to PS CC x86 the same script will run just fine.
Does anyone have an idea as to what is going on.
As I said before I did not move or delete anything from any of Photoshop's directories. If they are missing they were not installed when I installed Photoshop CC. I've done a couple internet searches and there is a smattering of issues like this from this version of Photoshop back through previous versions plus a couple other adobe programs. There were no satisfactory answers anywhere. I'll just use Photoshop x86. No problemo.
Fair enough. However, to repeat myself, I didn't delete or copy to/from any Photoshop directories. Anyway, I'm not exercised about this. It is a minor inconvenience as far as I'm concerened. There is a work around that does exactly what I need. I use both editions of PS because I have a number of older plugins that will not work in 64bit mode so I'm am switching back and forth on a regular basis.
There is no need to take up amy more of your time and I do appreciate your comments and time.
That thought has crossed my mind.
"In the long run" is the operative phrase as deactivating/uninstalling and then reinstallall Photoshop plus all my plugins is a conciderable job.It invariably means contacting one or two vendors and asking them to reset their activation counter. Right now I'm not even near that point.
Thanks for your comment.
You might only need to uninstall Photoshop and reinstall; assuming you don't use the Photoshop Creative Cloud Removal tool (which is very aggressive), plug-in software should not be touched by a simple uninstall / reinstall.
It's also possible one of your plug-ins isn't compatible with Photoshop CC 14.1.2. Have you tried running without the plug-ins? You can start Photoshop temporarily without 3rd party plug-ins by holding down the Shift key while cold-starting Photoshop.