I'm assuming that you checked with the manufacturer. If you have not I would install a previous version of AE, run the installer, then either create an alias to the folder if you are going to keep a previous version installed. or move it to the new location. It would seem the only other option would be to wait for an updated installer.
Thanks for the reply (and apologies for my late one.
I haven't contacted the manufacturer yet, but that's a good idea so I will do now.
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I had same problem
but if you have Duik files in CC 2015 you can just copy and paste to cc2015.3
It seems work
but still when i try to make Auto body connect after effect just turned off...
The Installer did not work for Windows 10 either. The Solution was:
- Custom Path/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe After Effects CC 2017/Support Files/Scripts/ScriptUI Panels/
I am not certain what the Mac equivalent is [been a while] but I do not think Duik is handled like a plug-in on a Mac either. It is a script. In theory I would determine where the scripts are located.