So I am feelining mildly pissed about the fact that my 21.5" 2012 iMac will not install Creative Cloud Application Updates because they will only run on MacOS 10.14, which my $2,200 iMac is not capable of running. I get planned obsolescence & all that but as a graphic designer whose workstation is a daily workhorse, I find it unacceptable and mercenary that my monthly subscription no longer entitles me to use the latest versions of some of my critical applications because my computer is 8 years old.
Adobe needs to review this policy and come up with a strategy to make these apps functionable on OS 10.13. There is an online file converter that will supposedly convert your file to IDML Format so it acan be openend, but I have yet to make it work successfully in spite of multiple attempts!
Thanks for the reply. Short answer: Nope. Unfortunately MacOS10.14 Mojave will not run on my iMac. Going to shop around for someting newer and compatible. I totally get that my system is aging out & that just the "nature of the beast" so to speak. My objection is over the fact that I am continuing to pay my full monthly subscription for updates that I cannot install. Seems a bit mercenary to me.