Go back to your earlier operating system. CS6 is not supported under El Capitan and will never be updated again.
I have a brand new mac with El Capitan installed on it.
Then you have 3 choices.
1. Move to Creative Cloud
2. learn to live with the incompatibilities in CS6
3. Find another application to work with
I am reading on the forums that Creative Cloud is experiencing the exact same problems with El Capitan.
Not to this extent. Most users with CC2015.2 and the latest updates to El Capitan are fine.
You can download a fully functional trial of CC2015 and give it a 30-day test drive at no cost.
If you do that, be careful about over writing your CS6 files as you won’t be able to open then again without going through IDML.
It's not so easy working for a very large company with over 50 Macs on CS6. The wheels mover very, very slowly.
When pressing command/S is second nature, overwriting will def be an issue!
This just really sucks! I wish our Mac techs would have warned us about this issue! We could have ordered some used Macs until the co was ready to upgrade.
Thanks for your input tho.
Pressing CMD+S on in CC2015 with a file that was originally a CS6 file will force a save as.
You can identify those files with the in the file name. We see a lot of complaints about that here, but your post proves why it’s a good feature.