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Can't Find target application in the dropdown list

Community Beginner ,
Aug 03, 2021 Aug 03, 2021

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debug , can't not load pscc 2020 in ExtendScript or ExtendScript Debugger,

i dont want reinstall ps,

My operating system is Windows

Who knows how it reads the list of applications,

Where in the registry

 

 

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Aug 03, 2021 Aug 03, 2021

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Use ExtendScript Debugger in VS Code. It has bumber of bugs, but overall it works quite well. I see no reason to use an ESTK that hasn't been updated for a long time.

 

P.S. with later versions of Photoshop ESTK works fine.

 

 

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 03, 2021 Aug 03, 2021

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i can't find target application in vscode's extendscript debugger too.

I know they all get the boot path from the registry, so I want to know where in the registry

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thankyou reply. but problem is not 32 or 64.

i watched pcd.db

it's seem don't have key named "DefaultDriverPayload" etc...

i think i have to reinstall it . oh no !!! **********

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That's true. My tip wasn't about 32/64 version, but the later post about pcd.db.

 

In one of those posts is said you can edit the said file and save changes to. Do it?

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The reason is that my anti-virus software blocked the registry operation during the installation process, resulting in the incomplete installation of PS, now I understand. just trust Adobe whatever

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i have resolved, just need reinstall. 😞

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