It's a bit challenge to get started since there are no errors, nothing just happens:) But you have to tell us some more, what have you done, how do try to get it running, win/mac, etc...
I don't know if it is the only bug, but to be able to have this extension to work under PhotoshopCC2014 this needs to be done:
Change this [14.0,14.9]
to this [15.0,15.9]
<HostList> <Host Name="PHXS" Version="[15.0,15.9]"/> </HostList>
In regard to Pedro's post, he is correct to make sure you have the correct PS version. However, the first number is the starting version for the extension to work and the ending one is the last version. So if you want to have it work on CC and CC 2014, you would want:
<Host Name="PHXS" Version="[14.0,15.9]" />
<Host Name="PHSP" Version="[14.0,15.9]" />
I thought I saw somewhere that you can use a single number for just the starting version, but I can't find it now.
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Thanks! In response to Pedro: I guess the Host Version is all I needed to change. I forgot to mention I'm using Photoshop on Windows. I also looked into this more and found this helpful article: http://blogs.adobe.com/cssdk/2014/06/adobe-extension-builder-and-creative-cloud-2014.html .
Thanks for the additional suggestions csuebele. I'll give Brackets a try. I also went with making the starting version 14.0.
I tried the "Hello World" 5 minute tutorial, and it took me a few days. Brackets is really easy.
I just checked some of my extensions, and if you just put the beginning version number, it won't run into issues with later version numbers:
<Host Name="PHXS" Version="14.0" /><Host Name="PHSP" Version="14.0" />
Brackets was a great suggestion! I found this Creative Cloud Extension Builder for Brackets that helped quite a bit. It pointed to the File menu, and was actually in it's own, but installed the extension flawlessly. Is there one you recommend to build Adobe extensions?