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This is Zhihong from Adobe CEP team. Thanks for your information, but there is no method to roll back to 14.1.2 AFAIK. Is it possible for you to try to uninstall PS and reinstall it again? I think the problem was caused by some library chaos during the updating process. A clear PS 14.2 installation from Adobe Creative Cloud usually could fix this. If this method is not suitable for you, we can try to find other measures.
Ok, thanks - I will try to reinstall Photoshop and let you know here if it solved the problem.
The problem was that I had nested directory structure of extension like: ".../extensions/extension-folder/something/else/CSXS/manifest.xml" -> I changed directory structure to have ".../extensions/extension-folder/CSXS/manifest.xml" and it solved the issue. Nevertheless Photoshop 14.1.2 was accepting deeply nested directory structure of extension and 14.2 does not. I found also another issue but I will post it in another discussion.