If you have the perpetual license version of cs6, which is what 13.05 is, then you don't have the conditional actions.
That feature was added to the subscription version of photoshop cs6 13.1 and of course is in photoshop cc (photoshop version 14)
Use a conditional script step instead they are more powerful then the limited number of conditions that CC supports. These have been around for years for example http://actionlogic.blogspot.com/ 2006 example...
This is great. Thanks.
There are posts where the use of Insert Conditional is explained dating back a while and their title clearly refers to Photoshop CS6 not CC. On John Nack's site, there is a video tutorial on this. The date is January 8, 2013 and the title "Demo: Conditional actions in Photoshop CS6". Another clear reference to Photoshop CS6 is on Adobe help site. On the left bar you will see "Applies to" and Photoshop CS6 is listed.
I am using Creative Suite 6, the Photoshop version shows as 13.0.1 x64 Extended. I have also tried the 32-bit version and insert conditional is not on its actions menu either. Is there a file that needs to be moved somewhere? A check box needs to be ticked?
It will be great if someone from Adobe could provide a definitive answers, but any path to discovering this feature will be much apprecitated.
You have a perpectual license version of photoshop cs6 13.01
The conditional actions were added to the suscription version of photoshop cs6 13.1 (creative cloud)
I thought the "new" version was called Photoshop CC to distinguish it from CS6, maybe that was wishful thinking on my part. That would have only reduced the confusion rather than adding to it. I appreciate your help, and will continue to live without conditional processing in Actions. That said, in the Adobe Help document the reference is to both Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC, why do they refer to the same product with different names? Am I missing a point totally?