My Creative Cloud seems to have an update for Photoshop everyday. I would update it and it would finish its update. Then, the next day, I start my computer, only to find another update for Photoshop. Are others having a similar issue with the same or other programs?
What is the current version of Photoshop that you have?
If it's not the latest and then try downloading the latest update manually from : http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=39&platform=Windows
I have Adobe Creative Cloud. So the latest version of Photoshop, well, at least I think the latest.
Please launch Photoshop, go to the 'Help' menu and select 'About Photoshop' to check the exact version
Yes that's the latest patch.
Please sign out from Creative cloud and sign in back to see if the updates are coming back up again.
Remove the OPM.db file and relogin into the Creative Cloud desktop application using the Adobe ID tied to your subscription.
I have signed out, but when I navigate to the Mac OS folder you mentioned, there are about 10 more sub-folders and no opm.db file.
... Adobe > OOBE > PDApp > ...
Is the opm.db file suppose to only be within the OOBE folder?
Yes it is supposed to be present in this folder.
Do you have Write permissions to the OOBE folder?
Yes. Read & Write.
I am having the same problem.
I have recently got Photoshop CC2014 paid subscription plus extension manager CC.
I am running a 2011 iMac i5 27inch and Mavericks 10.9.4.
I get a notification telling me that i have 2 updates Photoshop and Extension Manager, i update and when i close and come back to either the same updates are there again asking me to update. See Screenshot.
If someone has a solution i'd really appreciate it.
Many thanks for your time.
Evry other day at best. And it is annoying. It hangs my computer. It interferes with all my other programs. It's very invasive. And to be honest if there were another alternative I would use it. As I'm writing this right now I am updating it after having updated it yesterday. I'm going to come out and say Adobe sucks. And it's really ticking me off to no end because it's interfering with my productivity. It sucks
If you simply turn off the "auto-update" settings in the Creative Cloud Desktop app, then you can decide when you want to have your apps update rather than it happening automatically.
Here's Adobe's help page for that:
Also, I *must* point this out because it has been another symptom.