Hi, did you get an answer? I have the same problem ...
Photoshop install its own ScriptingSupport plug-in each version of Photoshop you have installed should have the plugin search your boot drive for it "ScriptingSupport" Make sure you have set explores to be able to search for hidden files. If you have NIK plug-ins installed try removing them I read some version of them mess up Photoshop scripting...
Hello, yes it is. The ScriptingSupport-file is in the mentioned folders and it the the PS-Version with comes with CC 2014. No Nik- or other filters are installed.
Is ScriptingSupport shown as loaded in you Photoshop menu Help>System Info in the required plug-in section?
Adobe Photoshop Version: 2014.2.2 20141204.r.310 2014/12/04:23:59:59 CL 994532 x64
Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
A3DLIBS.dll A3DLIB Dynamic Link Library 220.127.116.11
3D Studio 15.2.2 (2014.2.2 x001 x003)
Save for Web 15.2.2
ScriptingSupport 15.2.2 <========================================================
Shake Reduction 15.2.2
Optional and third party plug-ins:
CUR (Windows Cursor) NO VERSION
Face Control II 2.00
Fine Touch 3.25
GREYCstoration NO VERSION
ICO (Windows Icon) NO VERSION
Reduce Noise 18.104.22.168
StarFilter Pro 3 22.214.171.124
Variations 14.2.1 (14.2.1 x001)
Plug-ins that failed to load: NONE
Adobe Color Themes
Installed TWAIN devices: NONE
Are you launching Photoshop from Bridge? If so, make sure Photoshop is running before you select the menu item in Bridge.