I recently switched from Photoshop CS6 to Photoshop Creative Cloud. Whereas in the CS6 version, I could not count the number of pixels in a selection (I was not using the Extended version), I was happy to read that this split was removed and this function is available in Photoshop CC. Or, should be available. As it happens, when I go to Image -> Analysis, all options (except for Ruler Tool) are greyed out. This is the case when no document is opened, when a document with multiple layers is opened, or when a simple single-layer document is opened. The software is up to date (accoding to the Application Manager).
Has anyone seen this problem before? Does anyone know how to fix it? Can it be a limitation of the 32-bits version, and should I switch to a 64-bit version? (The latter would mean re-installing my entire PC, so I haven't tried it yet and would rather not do so unless the result is guaranteed.)
Thanks for all answers, tips and help,
Hmm, part of that menu should be enabled even if no images are opened.
Check the 3D menu as well (with an RGB image open) - is it grayed out as well?
You might have a problem with your registration data. The usual solution for that is signing out of the Creative Cloud app, then launching Photoshop and signing in again.