Extension Manager CS5 is not recognizing my installed version of Flash CS5 Professional on my iMac running 10.5.8. Based on another thread (http://forums.adobe.com/thread/787717), I verified that I have a XManConfig.xml in my Flash folder and that it has full read/write permissions. Within that XML file, there is this line:
which seems correct.
As suggested in that thread, I used the ExtendScript Toolkit to debug the statement "BridgeTalk.__diagnostics__;". This is where is gets interesting. In the Targets section, I do have Flash 11.0. However, the path to executable seems wrong. Here's the full entry:
Group = cs
Path = /Applications/Adobe Viper/Adobe Flash CS5.app
Display Name = Adobe Flash Pro CS5
MsgAuthentication = ON
MsgDigest = ON
ESTK = OFF
BundleID = com.adobe.flash
Status = (not running)
ExeName = Adobe Flash CS5.app
Note the "Adobe Viper" which, if I remember correctly is the name of a beta program I participated in briefly. How do I adjust this path?
Thanks - Joe
It seems that your Viper was not uninstalled fully. You can try to use Creative Suite Cleaner Tool to clean it. The instructions and download URL can be found from http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html?promoid=GYTAU .