The Ps installer writes hundreds of files to numerous locations outside of the Applications folder, so use the installer.
The errors about compatibility mean that you mistakenly copied plugins from a previous version of Photoshop, or pointed the additional plugins folder preference to a previous version by mistake.
Go turn off the preference, or delete the copied plugins (which are probably causing a lot of other problems as well).
My first problem of getting PS6 to even load is the most pressing issue. I cannot even open it up to get to Preferences right now. PS6 just continually crashes period.
Well, without the crash report, all we can do is guess at causes.
I sent in one or two crash reports today.
Not sure exactly what the Time machine backed up and how well it works to install new program. Since the program installs in various places in additon to the program location unless you did a disk mirror it will probably not find all the files.
THe best advice I could offer would be to uninstall CS6, run Adobe Script Cleaner, then reinstall with disk or download. If you download burn a disk of the program for future use if you have to reinstall.
The best advice I could offer would be to uninstall CS6, run Adobe Script Cleaner, then reinstall with disk or download. If you download burn a disk of the program for future use if you have to reinstall.
Though not a fan of "Uninstall/Reinstall," I agree with Curt on this.
There are some programs that work well with images of HDD's (or SSD's), I have seen many having issues when using such a utility, with many Adobe programs.
The Cleaner is worthwhile too. Not sure about Mac's, but we recommend that one run it several times on the PrPro forum, rebooting between each run.