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I used Help > Updates... and it installed 18.104.22.168 correctly over the beta. This was on Mac 10.4.11
I tried the Bridge/Help/Updates route first but got the "no new software available" message; so I then downloaded and ran the Installer which reported that it had updated although it actually had NOT!
I then just dragged and dropped the new plug-in manually into the correct location; and let it over-write.
Also on OSX 10.4.11.
What I downloaded was a dmg file that contained the Camera Raw.plugin file, version 5.3 (21), and an mkpg file, clearly marked "cameraprofiles.mkpg" without any indication or suggestion it would install the ACR plug-in.
I updated the Camera Raw plug-in manually, and let the installer package install the profiles on its own. Everything seems to be where it belongs now.
[EDIT: I never even tried the Adobe Update Manager through the Help menu. I haven't used that sucker in many years.]
Maybe that is the way it was supposed to work? I just assumed that the "cameraprofiles.mkpg" installer was installing everything automatically but it didn't do the plug-in and I had do that manually.
I have just replaced the plug-in manually again
>The Bridge/Help/Update installer
is a lost cause, Ann. :/
Actually, it has been working perfectly with all the other updates including 11.0.1.
I have deliberately made a point of using it just to see how well it is working in CS4.
>just to see how well it is working in CS4
The updaters and installers have nothing to do with CS4. They're the responsibility of another team, from what some exasperated Photoshop Principal Program Manager tells us. Much less the AUM, Adobe Update Manager.
Those guys even have their own, separate blog: