I'm using the 'Cntl E' keyboard method, but also tried through the App Menu to open the character in Photoshop .... but I'm getting this message:
OK .... Sorry! We just noticed Ch was trying to open my character using PS CC2017, which I guess is no longer there.
A repoint seems to have fixed it .....
Hmm, the PS CC 2018 installation should've updated the file association automatically. Glad you were able to get it repointed.
How did you do a repoint? I get nothing in Photoshop and no errors when doing a Ctrl-E (windows).
Are you also having the same issue? Installing Photoshop CC 2018 should update the .psd file associations to point to that version of the app. If that doesn't work, right-click a .psd file, then choose the app from the Open with submenu of the context menu.
Very strange....apparently a perfect storm of and Windows 10 install/upgrade and Adobe upgrades.
After your message, I tried to open up a psd file from Windows Explorer and got prompted for the default application (that was new). I figured, "Ah, that's the ticket," but CA still wouldn't let me do an "Edit Original."
Again very strange, but it looks like it had something to do with file associations, with maybe Character Animator holding onto something, maybe.....I don't know, but I am working now.
Thanks for the quick reply.
Character Animator might not pick up any changes to OS-level file associations until the app is restarted. Glad you're up-and-running now.
I'm up now. I was confounded there at the start, but I'm good now.