You should have both available. Installing CC2014 doesn't override 9.2. But now when you want to open a file created in 9.2, open the 9.2 application first and then from there File/Open. If you just double click on your files it will be opened in CC2014.
Thank you for your reply.
I'm sorry that I didn't mention the mac install cc 9.2 had damaged and the new mac can only install cc 2014. But my client is using 9.2.
What should I do?
Then you have to install it again from the Creative Cloud app. You should see the icon on the top bar. Click on it and then Apps>Filters & Versions>Previous Version and you should see it.
Oh! Thank you very much, Ellis and Steve.
Thanks both of you.
@Steve – yes, but how will the user know in advance whta exact version will be installed?
Here a screenshot from my German version. Under Install I see the available versions:
I have already installed:
Samuri's options could be different…
Say, I want to install CC 9.2, just like Samuri, what would I get, when I'd install the CC 9.0 option* in my screenshot above?
Would version 9.0 installed? Would version 9.0 override my already installed 9.3?* What about 9.1 and 9.2 ?
* I will not test this, because I don't want to mess around with my overall installation.
Shouldn't this list of "Available Versions" read:
CC 2014 10.0
CC 2014 10.1
CC 2014 10.2
Where the bold formatted versions are available, and the normal formatted (grayed out) are already installed.
When I had to re-install an earlier version my experience is that it installs what is advertised, say CS6 8.0. And then it prompts for updates.