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Mar 08, 2020

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Getting Started with CEP Extensions > 5. Write Your ExtendScript Code lacks some info, but I assume 

function openDocument() {}

goes to host/index.jsx.

After following guide by letter and putting everything to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\CEP\extensions\, extension doesn't show up under Window > Extensions

Latest Ps CC
Win 10 x64


My manifest:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<ExtensionManifest ExtensionBundleId="com.karmalakas.lastPanel" ExtensionBundleVersion="1.0.0" Version="7.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
  <ExtensionList>
    <Extension Id="com.karmalakas.lastPanel.panel" Version="1.0.0" />
  </ExtensionList>
  <ExecutionEnvironment>
    <HostList>
      <Host Name="PHSP" Version="19" />
      <Host Name="PHXS" Version="19" />
    </HostList>
    <LocaleList>
      <Locale Code="All" />
    </LocaleList>
    <RequiredRuntimeList>
      <RequiredRuntime Name="CSXS" Version="7.0" />
    </RequiredRuntimeList>
  </ExecutionEnvironment>
  <DispatchInfoList>
    <Extension Id="com.karmalakas.lastPanel.panel">
      <DispatchInfo>
        <Resources>
          <MainPath>./client/index.html</MainPath>
          <ScriptPath>./host/index.jsx</ScriptPath>
          <CEFCommandLine />
        </Resources>
        <Lifecycle>
          <AutoVisible>true</AutoVisible>
        </Lifecycle>
        <UI>
          <Type>Panel</Type>
          <Menu>Last Panel</Menu>
          <Geometry>
            <Size>
              <Height>500</Height>
              <Width>350</Width>
            </Size>
          </Geometry>
          <Icons />
        </UI>
      </DispatchInfo>
    </Extension>
  </DispatchInfoList>
</ExtensionManifest>

 Might some versions be wrong?
Any ideas appreciated

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Extension won't show up in menu

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Mar 08, 2020

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Getting Started with CEP Extensions > 5. Write Your ExtendScript Code lacks some info, but I assume 

function openDocument() {}

goes to host/index.jsx.

After following guide by letter and putting everything to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\CEP\extensions\, extension doesn't show up under Window > Extensions

Latest Ps CC
Win 10 x64


My manifest:

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
<ExtensionManifest ExtensionBundleId="com.karmalakas.lastPanel" ExtensionBundleVersion="1.0.0" Version="7.0" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
  <ExtensionList>
    <Extension Id="com.karmalakas.lastPanel.panel" Version="1.0.0" />
  </ExtensionList>
  <ExecutionEnvironment>
    <HostList>
      <Host Name="PHSP" Version="19" />
      <Host Name="PHXS" Version="19" />
    </HostList>
    <LocaleList>
      <Locale Code="All" />
    </LocaleList>
    <RequiredRuntimeList>
      <RequiredRuntime Name="CSXS" Version="7.0" />
    </RequiredRuntimeList>
  </ExecutionEnvironment>
  <DispatchInfoList>
    <Extension Id="com.karmalakas.lastPanel.panel">
      <DispatchInfo>
        <Resources>
          <MainPath>./client/index.html</MainPath>
          <ScriptPath>./host/index.jsx</ScriptPath>
          <CEFCommandLine />
        </Resources>
        <Lifecycle>
          <AutoVisible>true</AutoVisible>
        </Lifecycle>
        <UI>
          <Type>Panel</Type>
          <Menu>Last Panel</Menu>
          <Geometry>
            <Size>
              <Height>500</Height>
              <Width>350</Width>
            </Size>
          </Geometry>
          <Icons />
        </UI>
      </DispatchInfo>
    </Extension>
  </DispatchInfoList>
</ExtensionManifest>

 Might some versions be wrong?
Any ideas appreciated

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CC FAQ, Installation

Views

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