After installing Yosemite I was told that in order "To open Adobe Photoshop CS4 you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime.
Unfortunately I was also told that I needed to upgrade to Java 8 update 25...which I did thinking it would also resolve the Photoshop issue.
It probably made things worse as far as the possibility of opening Photoshop CS4.
Now what do I do?
I don't want to go back to Java 6. Are there any other options?
Installing the legacy runtime shouldn't downgrade your existing Java. It should just add legacy support for your old application.
Thanks Rikk. Now the problem is installing legacy.
Every time I select the "install" option I get a blank screen.
I've been reading other posts about this and it may have something to do with Safari.
I'll try another browser and see what happens