Another gem tucked away on an Adobe blog hidden from all but the initiated.
I never cease to be amazed by the rich seams of gold lying dormant in Adobe staffer blogs which I usually stumble upon by serendipity.
Why do Adobe never publish such fundamentally useful info front and center somewhere obvious for all to find on their website?
I love the Adobe blogs. John Nack seems to be the most regular poster with several posts a day sometimes.
For Jeff I usually check out his Digital Imaging Crawlspace, but I must say you link above is a treasure trove Noel.
Julieanne Kost has some of the best Photoshop and Lightroom tips
And not forgetting Russell Brown. I'd love to meet RB.
Anyone got any other cool Adobe blogs?
Did You read it?
I started reading and read about the Adobe Crash Reporter that it starts automatically on Mac that you should always submit one that you should not confuse it wit Windows or Mac OS crash reports for they do not send reports to Adobe. Then I started reading about changing settings for the Adobe Crash Reporter products effects listed Bridge not Photoshop. So I guess the Crash Reported did not see my Photoshop CC crashes. I also can find and Adobe Crash Reported on my system.
I can not find any Adobe Crash Reporter application on my windows system should there be one??? I missed typing the NOT in my first append sorry.
To reset the Crash Reporter in Windows, open the Crash Reporter application, and change your preference:
- Always show this dialog.
- Don't show this dialog again and always send crashes to Adobe.
- Don't show this dialog again and never send crashes to Adobe.
I did miss the show more button but not the windows instructions. I have now seen Adobe web page telling how to change setting on a windows system and now I find this on the web but dated 2012
Sorry, I read too fast and forgot to take Windows into account for Adobe Crash Reporter with Ps. As Jeff stated, Ps relies on the Wndows reporting. I'm not sure if that is true of all Adobe applications, but I will see if I can have that document updated if indeed there no longer is an Adobe Crash Reporter for any Windows products.
Did You read it?
I started reading and read about the Adobe Crash Reporter
Sorry about being away a while; I'm late in responding.
Somehow I already knew the crash reporter was for Mac only. I must have read it elsewhere.