Does anyone have direct download links to the MacOS versions of Photoshop CC 2014, Premiere Pro CC 2014, Dreamweaver CC 2014 and Flash Professional CC 2014?
Hello, thanks for your help.
But when I click Flash Pro, Photoshop or Premiere, they redirect me to Download and Installation help, with no file being downloaded.
The Dreamweaver DMG file has no Install.app inside.
This happens even when I follow the important instructions above the links.
read (and follow the directions).
I'm sorry, I have followed the instructions shown above the links.
I assume you're talking about these instructions:
Thanks for your reply.
I can confrm that some things download, but Photoshop doesn't. It's no surprise Flash Pro has been removed ruthlessly, but Photoshop is a little more surprising. Still, Adobe's official policy is "current version and the one before" and nothing else at all. Pro Design Tools has collected all the links, but they have all been on borrowed time.
OK. Do you know of any way to obtain these installers? Would there be any on thr Wayback Machine?
If the installers are not present via the links provided then that means the download is no longer available via Adobe. Now the only option left is to obtain it from someone who has a copy but that is fraught with risks as you can't trust anyone on the internet to provide you with a clean file. Regarding Wayback machine, afaik it just stores a snapshot of webpages but not the actual files that the links on those webpages pointed to, the links would still point to the Adobe servers which you have already tried.
OK. Is there absolutely no way? Because someone sent me links using the wayback machine a couple days ago. It was an Adobe Illustrator CS6 Update.
If you look at the URL you pasted it points to a ftp site at ftp.adobe.com so if this link is alive it will work, Wayback Machine is not providing the link from its own server but Adobe servers(via redirection or something similiar). So in our case, since we already checked the link to be not working Wayback Machine would be of no help as well
OK, thank you for your help.
I'm just going to have to use Flash Pro CS6 instead.
sorry about that. the broken links are a recent change.
as mentioned (repeatedly in other posts), the downloads won't be available forever, and some are already removed.