before doing any changes quit the ESTK.
That looks like a file permission issue (perhaps).
We have a different fix we were trying out yesterday. Open Terminal (Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal) and paste in these two commands:
sudo sed s/604800000/604800/g /Applications/Adobe\ ExtendScript\ Toolkit\ CC/ExtendScript\ Toolkit.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Required/cdic/11BTBackend.jsx > /Applications/Adobe\ ExtendScript\ Toolkit\ CC/ExtendScript\ Toolkit.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Required/cdic/11BTBackend_temp.jsx
... hit return (or enter) then paste in:
mv /Applications/Adobe\ ExtendScript\ Toolkit\ CC/ExtendScript\ Toolkit.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Required/cdic/11BTBackend_temp.jsx /Applications/Adobe\ ExtendScript\ Toolkit\ CC/ExtendScript\ Toolkit.app/Contents/SharedSupport/Required/cdic/11BTBackend.jsx
If you get a password prompt, you'll need to put in your password for your Mac (note that password won't show up as you type). That should work, but if it doesn't, it may be that you're not an administrator of your computer (for example, your computer is managed by your workplace), in that case you'll need to get someone with admin privileges to help out.
The ESTK must not run when doing the changes.
Use a text editor like TextEdit set to text only.
Thankyouthankyouthankyou. Adobe support has been zero help.
Hi Erin - that worked like a charm. My scripts are now working and all is right with the world...well, my piece of the world anyway.
Thank you, Uwe. I knew I was doing something wrong that had a simple fix!
We posted a longer, nicer walk-through of the fix on the Adobe Tech Blog: