We can't know until you post the rest of the crash report - just looking at the top 15 lines doesn't help us...
Thanks for your reply. Here are the other lines. Allthough I have my doubts, I hope you can read it. If not, please tell me what to do to inform you properly.
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Copying and pasting the text would have been a lot quicker...
But unfortunately that isn't a crash that I recognize.
From the looks of it, something is going wrong during launch - but that could be due to corrupt preferences, or an OS bug (we worked around several of those in CS6 and CC).\
Trashing/resetting Photoshop preferences would be my first suggestion of things to try.
Thanks for your reply. I assume that you have noticed that I am someone with strong ICT-skills. Besides that, I am also not a native English speaker. It would be nice if you should take that into account.
What do you mean with trashing Photoshop? Does is it mean that I have to delete the software and install it again? In that case, I have a problem. I bought the software 2,5 years ago online at the Adobe website, and I can't download the installation software again.
Many thanks in advance,
What Chris is trying to convey is reset the preferences for Photoshop.
Please navigate to the location Users/[user name]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CC Settings
Rename the file Adobe Photoshop CC Prefs.psp to Adobe Photoshop CC Prefs.old.psp
Launch Photoshop again and check if the issue persists. If that does not help try re launching Photoshop while holding down the shift key on the keyboard.
Please reply if you need further help.
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Thank you! I have to admit that I still didn't understand you. But I asked my ICT manager at the office and he fixed it for me, based on your instructions.