I am trying to install a Photoshop panel designed for Photoshop 14 and 15. We have Photoshop 14 (Photoshop CC) installed and I received an alert box stating I need to upgrade to Photoshop 14 or higher. I removed Photoshop CS6 from the computer and wonder if there are residual Photoshop CS6 files still on the computer. Should I remove the extension manager and reinstall it? How can I find all of Photoshop CS6 remnants and remove them? This Photoshop panel installed perfectly on my MacBook air also running Photoshop CC. This problem seems computer specific. Thanks
I wonder which version of Extension Manager you used. To support Photoshop CC, you have to use Extension Manager CC. Extension Manager CS6 only supports CS6 products. If you did use Extension Manager CC, could you see Photoshop CC in the left panel of Extension Manager CC? If only "Others" is shown there and you haven't moved or renamed PS installation folder, there should be something wrong in Product Configuration Database (PCD). You have to reinstall PS CC. It has nothing to do with PS CS6.