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Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC download for macOS 10.13.2

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Hi,

I'm interested in learning about editing/writing my own scripts for After Effects CC 2018, but the I don't seem to have the Adobe Extendscript Toolkit available to download under my Creative Cloud App. Is there a reason for this, and if so are there any alternatives I could use?

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Hi Guyh39507624,

As you have mentioned you would like to download Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC, you may do that using your Creative Cloud desktop app.

Please launch your CC desktop app and go to settings wheel in the top right corner > Click 'Preferences' > Click 'Creative Cloud' > now click the check box for 'Show older apps'

Now go back to apps list and you should be able to see the  Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC listed under it, click 'install'

Let us know if this helps.

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Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC download for macOS 10.13.2

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Hi,

I'm interested in learning about editing/writing my own scripts for After Effects CC 2018, but the I don't seem to have the Adobe Extendscript Toolkit available to download under my Creative Cloud App. Is there a reason for this, and if so are there any alternatives I could use?

Thanks!

Hi Guyh39507624,

As you have mentioned you would like to download Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC, you may do that using your Creative Cloud desktop app.

Please launch your CC desktop app and go to settings wheel in the top right corner > Click 'Preferences' > Click 'Creative Cloud' > now click the check box for 'Show older apps'

Now go back to apps list and you should be able to see the  Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC listed under it, click 'install'

Let us know if this helps.

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Hi Guyh39507624,

As you have mentioned you would like to download Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC, you may do that using your Creative Cloud desktop app.

Please launch your CC desktop app and go to settings wheel in the top right corner > Click 'Preferences' > Click 'Creative Cloud' > now click the check box for 'Show older apps'

Now go back to apps list and you should be able to see the  Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC listed under it, click 'install'

Let us know if this helps.

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Hi there,

in 2018 app there no show older apps, how can I download Extendscript Toolkit in this case?

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Kamel3d, this feature is only available for full Creative Cloud members.  Do you have an active Creative Cloud membership?

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Hi Jeff, is there a new Toolkit version for macOS Catalina? Only 64 bit apps work, and the older one is 32. Is this product dead in the water? Not big priority for Adobe?

 

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VS Code has extensions now that let you run and debug extendscript

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This worked, thanks so much!

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You're Welcome!

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Where can you find the "Show older apps" feature in the latest release of the Creative Cloud desktop app?  I'm trying to find Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC 

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Click the Settings wheels in the desktop app (top, near the right side); click Apps in the left pane; scroll down to reveal "Settings Show older apps" button. However, I just tried it and ExtendScript is not listed. Prior versions of ESTK are not compatible with Mac OS 10.15.x Catalina.

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I am only responding to freshen this correct answer which works up to 10.14.x but not necessarily 10.15x.  Every tutorial, Adobe and other assumes you have the toolkit installed and open.   Thanks to Bani_Verma.

"CC desktop app and go to settings wheel in the top right corner > Click 'Preferences' > Click 'Creative Cloud' > now click the check box for 'Show older apps'

Now go back to apps list and you should be able to see the  Adobe Extendscript Toolkit CC listed under it, click 'install'"

Now the toolkit is in it's own folder in your applications, not nested with other Adobe apps.





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Any idea when it will be available with Catalina ? i really need this tool..
Is very hard to develop without that.

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All Adobe support does is copy-paste the standard responds "creative app", well, it's not there. Stop copy-pasting, and actually look at the creative cloud yourself... I just want ESTK for CC, and the download link is down for weeks now, an hour on a support agent result in nothing, extremely incompetent... sorry... https://www.adobe.com/products/extendscript-toolkit.htmlESTK

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I could be wrong but from all the dead links, lack of info and what Ive read It doesnt sound like they are actively supporting it anymore. You can try these links for older versions and there is an alternitive VS code plug in. I havent used it so I dont know much about it although it sounds like a  promising alternitive.

 

Older versions:

https://prodesigntools.com/adobe-cc-2019-direct-download-links.html

 

 

VS code plug in:

https://medium.com/adobetech/extendscript-debugger-for-visual-studio-code-public-release-a2ff6161fa0...

 

other info:

https://medium.com/adobetech/the-future-of-extendscript-development-a-vscode-plugin-2d8d0172a357

 

https://medium.com/adobetech/the-future-of-extendscript-development-a-vscode-plugin-2d8d0172a357

 

https://images.creativecow.net/u/317666/etk_64_mac.jpg

 

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Thx! Great link! I can now download Extenscript CC from...

https://prodesigntools.com/adobe-cc-2019-direct-download-links.html

 

But Adobe should make it available...

If they don't support it anymore, fine, but make all the versions available on the ExtendScript archive, where all the older versions can be downloaded. Only the latest version is not available at the moment...

 

There is also an ExtendScript plug in for Brackets...

It's made by someone from Adobe, but not official. This was the only IDE that made extension builder work for me...

http://davidderaedt.github.io/CC-Extension-Builder-for-Brackets/

 

 

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