Same here - I do have CS6 with the latest updates, did update Extension Manager for CS6 as well (6.0.8), and CS6 is not showing in the left window under "products".
I found that out, when I was trying to install a .zxp-extension: there was an error message from extension manager, that I would need photoshop higher than version 12.
I guess, since do have Photoshop Extended 13.0.6, I should be good?????
Any help is most appreciated!
UPDATE - I found a post related to Extension Manager CC, which I "adapted" for Extension Manager 6:
it said "Delete the database, located in \Library\Application Support\Adobe\Extension Manager CC\Configuration\DB\ExMan.db"
So I browsed to \Library\Application Support\Adobe\Extension Manager CS&\Configuration\DB\ and found a file there called ExManUser.db
I copied/backed up that file, in case something went wrong and then deleted it. I started Extension Manager CS6 again, and voila - CS6 showed up in the Extension Manager!
Thank you for such quick replies.
I tried the steps you provided but no luck on my end.
Photoshop CS6 still does not show up in Extensions Manager.
Illustrator and InDesign no problem.
I tried installing the "Floating Adj Extension" for Photoshop just to see what happens.
Below is the message I got.
It is kinda strange considering I have version 13.0.6 installed.
Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I'm having the same troubles today.
I have the same problem. Tried to delete the db file but no success
Hi, Could you try deleting the db file, then updating to the latest build of Photoshop CS6, 13.1.2 and reboot, then launch Extension Manager and see if recognises that you have PS installed?
You have to be a CC member to install CS6 13.1.2. So that can't happen for me -- I'm not a CC subscriber.
I have seen a number of threads regarding this issue and have tried a couple of solutions listed in these other threads with no success.
Finally I UnInstalled Photoshop and Re-Installed Photoshop and after this it reappeared in Extension Manager.
After reading something in another thread about cloning and moving to different drives brought me to the solution for my own issue.
I had cloned to a new drive and that's where things went wrong.
Extension Manager was still trying to find Photoshop on the old drive.
(it gets a lot more technical than this)
After the ReInstall all the "Paths" were correct again and Extension Manager was seeing Photoshop.
I hope this helps anyone else who might have gone through the same steps.