I am paying for Photoshop and Lightroom for years now and this is all I ever get for Classic.

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I am paying for Photoshop and Lightroom for years now and this is all I ever get for Lightroom Classic.

I find Classic superior to any modern version, much easier and user friendly. 

Same with Photoshop CS, vastly better for the semi-pro user. 

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I am paying for Photoshop and Lightroom for years now and this is all I ever get for Classic.

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I am paying for Photoshop and Lightroom for years now and this is all I ever get for Lightroom Classic.

I find Classic superior to any modern version, much easier and user friendly. 

Same with Photoshop CS, vastly better for the semi-pro user. 

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What happens when you check "Repair to Continue"?  This message is saying you don't have permission to the folders you want to import/export to. External drive? Is this a Mac? Recently upgrade to Catalina? Catalina is known to limit user permissions until you go in and give yourself read/write permissions to all folders you need to use. 

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What is your OS?

 

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This might help:

With macOS Catalina, Apple has made some changes to how applications interact with the operating system elements and what features applications have access to. Please check a similar discussion here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop/why-does-adobe-photoshop-cc-need-to-access-keystroke-monito...

 

You can go to the System Preferences of your Mac, then Security and Privacy, then select the Privacy tab. You can add Photoshop to the Accessibility list under the Privacy tab and grant permissions to Photoshop under Full disk access.

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