Running extensions on M1 Macs

If you've recently purchased a Photoshop extension (plugin) and find that it's not appearing inside Photoshop on your M1 Mac, don't worry; there's a straightforward solution. Running Adobe Photoshop in Rosetta Mode can help ensure that your extensions work seamlessly with your M1-powered Mac. Here's a step-by-step guide to running Adobe Photoshop in Rosetta Mode: - Launch Adobe Photoshop: Open Photoshop on your M1 Mac as you usually would. - Enable Rosetta Mode: To run Photoshop with Rosetta, locate the Photoshop app icon in your Applications folder or Dock. Right-click (or control-click) on the Photoshop icon. - Select "Get Info": In the context menu that appears, select "Get Info." - Enable Rosetta: In the "Get Info" window, you'll find an option labeled "Open using Rosetta." Place a checkmark next to this option. Restart Photoshop: Close any open instances of Photoshop and then restart the application. It will now run in Rosetta Mode. More info can be found on these links: - -

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