I recently updated my workstation to a MacBook M1 with version 23.5.0 of Photoshop. See attached for specifics. We have been using CC libraries to collaborate for several years now. However, this newest update is not allowing me to drag and drop images directly into the libraries within the app. I can make folders and name them, but cannot drag and drop images. I can load them within the CC app on the desktop. This is an extra step and creates more work for us. It seems like this should work properly, it even has the verbiage 'drag and drop' right within the folder I make, but nothing happens when I try to do that. The only option I get is that 'Ca extract from Image' which does not allow me to navigate to the images I need to upload. Any assistance or insight with this would be greatly appreciated.
Yes, no change.
Help > Sign Out on the menu bar. Then sign back in using the same method. (Can also use the CC Desktop App to do this. Should be able to do it in the upper right, from your icon.)
This also did not fix the issue.
Unfortunately this feature isn't supported on M1 Macs yet. Also see this list with known issues:
|Drag and Drop does not work between the Libraries panel||
Open Photoshop using Rosetta. To learn more about Rosetta, see About Rosetta
So, the solution is to open Photoshop using Rosetta. The Photoshop team is planning on fixing this soon.
By the way, you can also click the +-button in the Libraries panel to add Photoshop layers. Dragging images from the Finder only works (like you already found out) by dragging it into the Creative Cloud app.